Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have finished renovations on their stunning $20 million Hidden Hills estate.

In new aerial images obtained by, their finalized backyard can be seen with a large rectangular swimming pool as well as a full basketball court and a lush green lawn.

The power couple reportedly put another $20 million into the property throughout the five-year remodeling project for their estate which they purchased in 2014.

The couple

Kim and Kanye purchased the 15,667 square-foot-home in the exclusive Southern California neighborhood from Elvis Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie Presley. The home has reportedly benefited from its re-design with real estate appraisal estimates valuing the mansion at $60million.

Aerial footage shows a massive pool running the length of the main home, which features eight bedrooms and originally boasted a French Country-style. A black-top basketball court was built near the pool for ample outdoor recreation and activities.

Several trees and bushes were added to the landscape for ultimate privacy from the outside world.

The couple enjoying themselves

Freshly planted vineyards are positioned to the north of the property with trails leading through the hillside. New additions to the compound included an entire master suite re-build and a recording studio.

Kris Jenner reportedly purchased a six-bedroom home across the street for $9.9million in 2018.

In addition to their newly completed mansion, Kim and Kanye bought a nearby property in February, according to The Blast.The home they’ve purchased comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, but it’s unknown whether they intend on using the second home, or if they just want to make use of the extra land to expand their whopping $60 million estate.


Earlier in the year, the couple backed out of buying a $14million holiday home in Miami Beach after rising concerns over security.

The married couple — who have North, five, Saint, three, and Chicago, one, and are expecting their fourth via a surrogate — were reportedly looking into property in the Bahamas.

Daily Mail