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All Her Sisters Are Having Babies — and Kendall Jenner Is Buying a New House!

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The Kardashians might have baby fever, but Kendall Jenner is focused on more important things — like building her real estate portfolio. The 21-year-old just bought a new house and it is definitely fit for a supermodel.

The $8.5 million Beverly Hills estate is located in the Mulholland Estates neighborhood and was previously owned by Charlie Sheen. That last bit of information would have made us hesitate, but when you see the inside of the mansion, you'll understand why Kendall was sold. Watch the video below to check out her new bachelorette pad!

The home comes complete with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a pool, tennis court, and movie theater. The house also comes with a fully equipped kitchen, according to Trulia. The brunette beauty will never need to leave her house. Her new famous neighbors include DJ Khaled and Christina Aguilera.

Kendall just sold her Hollywood Hills West mansion for $6.85 million — and we don't blame her. Last year, Kendall had a run-in with her stalker, who showed up to her house uninvited. “I’ve never been so scared in my life," she said in court. “I really don't feel safe in my own house. I'm already the kind of person who's on edge.”

Last year, Kendall made a whopping $17 million landing on the Forbes list of the highest paid models and top earning reality stars. She moved out of her mom Kris Jenner's home at the age of 18 and she has never looked back. "[My mom] definitely came up to me and told me she cried herself to sleep a couple of nights," she told Us Weekly in 2014. "When it actually happened, she literally did everything, like helped moving me in and stuff and she's like, ‘I got it. I got it.' And I was like, 'But this is my first place, I want to be able to do it.'"

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