Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom Put House on Market


Share this Post

It's been just a month since reality star Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce from ex-basketball player Lamar Odom, and it seems the couple isn't wasting any time in moving on with their lives.

According to Us Weekly, their Tarzana Calif. house has been put up for sale. In actuality, the 8,400-square foot home is more of a palace than it is a house, for its six bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and colossal sized kitchen. And that's just for starters.

In fact, the home is so grand, the site needed about four paragraphs to describe it. "Breathtaking Mediterranean Villa within the estates section of guard-gated Mulholland Park," reads the site. "Highlighted by a dramatic two story foyer with sweeping stair case, the estate offers approx. 8400 sq. Ft of unparalleled luxury. Six en-suite bedrooms afford exquisite designer details including textured wallpaper, tumbled stone and mosaic accents." Sound nice, huh?

Maybe so, but as most of us know nice costs, and in this case it'll cost you over $5 million. But it'll probably sell for a bit less since we're currently in a buyer's market.

In the trailer for "Keeping up with Kardashians" season 9, Khloe told sister Kourtney that she has a lot of anxiety about the divorce itself and people constantly hounding her about it. "I've been hiding because I'm afraid of people," she said. "I have major anxiety. I have to move on with my life, and that means changing a lot."

As most know by now, Khloe and Lamar split after numerous rumors about the former-Laker abusing drugs and cheating on her, and Khloe wasn't the only one with marital problems, as Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the family, is also going through a divorce with former Olympian Bruce Jenner. It's possible that the glitz, glamour and exposing their personal lives on a TV show is what did both marriages in. Or maybe it was simply due to incompatibility.

But either way having cameras following you and giving the public the chance to weigh in on your marriage couldn't be a good thing. At least that's probably what most sane people would think.

Image via Wikimedia Commons