Scott Disick buys mansion for $3.25 million in Southern California near the Kardashians homes

It’s a home fit for a king – make that, ‘The Lord.’ Scott Disick, 34, recently purchased a five-bedroom, six-bathroom home located in the lush gated community of Hidden Hills, California, not too far from the Kardashian family home base of Calabasas, TMZ reported.

The debonair dad-of-three’s new house, which was built 45 years ago, spans 4,934 sq. feet over an acre, and features eye-catching amenities both on the inside and outside, according to the real estate site Redfin. The reality star’s abode is built on a flat lot and has an enormous front yard with a long concrete walkway decked out with stones leading to the front door.

The abode has an expansive driveway that includes a garage that fits three cars, along with ancillary room for horses, which is popular in the equestrian-friendly community.

The inside of the home is accented by a gorgeous open floor plan that makes use of artisan wrought iron and crown moldings.

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The interior is easy on the eyes and composed of durable materials such as floors made of distressed hardwood or travertine tiles, with counters made of granite. It has plenty of room to accommodate large groups of people, and has a refrigerator for wine built-in.

A massive living room space features a large Cantera Stone fireplace as the centerpiece of the room, as the abode also features a family room, a dining room and a gaming area.

The kitchen is furnished with state-of-the-art appliances with a stainless steel finish. The backyard is equally visually-enthralling, as it has an enormous adjacent pool and spa area surrounded by intricate stone paving with a waterfall.

Other notable features include a BBQ section perfect for when Scott wants to throw a poolside party, and a yard area where his three children can play.


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