Kim Kardashian and Kanye West live in a terrifying super cozy Calabasas mansion worth millions of dollars, and apparently it’s been a source of drama in the couple’s pre-divorce settlement talks. As an insider told Page Six, “Kim is trying to get Kanye to turn over the Calabasas house to her, because that’s where the kids are based and growing up. That is their home. She owns all the land and adjoining lots around the house but Kanye owns the actual house. They’ve both put a lot of money into renovating it.”

The home—which Kim once hauntingly described as a “minimal monastery”—has been the subject of a lot of speculation over the years due to being extremely frightening and lacking in, like, stuff. So without further ado, here’s everything we know, starting with the question on everyone’s mind:

How Much Is This Place Worth?

According to Page Six, Kim and Kanye spent a full $40 million on the house, and then sunk another $20 million into renovations. Which means the whole property is worth around $60 million—and Kris Jenner pretty much confirmed this in April 2018 when People Magazine made the grave mistake of saying Kimye’s home was worth a mere $20 million. Truly, how could they.

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Literally, What Is This House’s Whole…Deal?

So, Kim gave everyone a tour during 73 Questions with Vogue and it was…illuminating! As you can see in the below video, her house has:

  • almost no furniture.
  • some rocks?
  • an absolutely terrifying hallway that gives off big “Melania Decorates the White House at Christmas” vibes.
  • a piano that Kim can’t play.
  • a kitchen with no visible food whatsoever.

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    Kim fell in love with the home in 2013, telling Architectural Digest, “We passed by this incredibly extravagant house while strolling through the neighborhood. I’d just had North, and we were doing a lot of walking so I could work off some of the baby fat. I didn’t really know Kanye’s style at that point, but I thought the house was perfection. Kanye was less enthusiastic. He said, ‘It’s workable.’”

    Kanye ended up bringing in renowned Belgian interior designer Axel Vervoordt, saying “When I saw the kind of work he was doing, I thought, This man could design Batman’s house. I had to work with him. It was a coup to get Axel to come to Calabasas to redo a McMansion, which is essentially what the house was.”

    Honestly, Kimye’s entire Architectural Digest interview is just delightful. Please read it in full for profound musings like “This is not normal. We need drawers!” and “Everything we do is an art installation and a playroom.”

    All! The! Pics!

    The Living Room

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    Have you ever seen a cozier spot to hang?

    The Entryway

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    Wow, inviting!

    North’s Room

    north's room

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    Def goes with the rest of the house.

    The Breakfast Nook

    the hall

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    Imagine if you spilled something.

    The Hall of Horrors

    kim's hall

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    No further explanation needed, it speaks for itself.

    The Pool

    kim's pool

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    Apparently, they don’t have a jacuzzi because it didn’t go with the aesthetic.

    The Kitchen

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    The only room in this home I relate to.

    The Fridge

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    Sorry, when I say “fridge,” I mean “grocery store.”

    The Closet

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    Actual size of my apartment.

    At this point it should be pretty clear why Kim and Kanye both want to keep this house in the event of divorce, though to be honest, I’d rather live at Kris Jenner’s place, sorry.

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