• Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    Reality star Khloe Kardashian and NBA player Lamar Odom have listed their Tarzana, Calif. mansion for roughly $5.5 million. Kardashian denied reports that the home was on the market in Nov. 2013 as the two reportedly experienced marital conflicts amid his drunk driving charges and other troubles. The two married in Sept. 2009, and Kardashian filed for divorce in Dec. 2013.
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  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The couple bought the 8,400-sq. ft. home in Dec. 2009 for $3.95 million. Kardashian oversaw the home's makeover. The home has a two-story foyer with a staircase.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The family room has a tiled floor-to-ceiling fireplace mantle.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The listing says "elegant formal living and dining rooms both open up to a rear loggia."
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The chef's center island kitchen includes a round breakfast nook.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The library/office has custom built-ins and opens to a "lush patio," the listing states.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The listing states that the home has "designer details" like textured wallpaper, tumbled stone and mosaic accents.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The home has six en-suite bedrooms. The master bedroom has a mosaic tiled fireplace and spa-like master bath with a spa tub and three custom walk-in closets.
  • Khloe and Lamar's Calif. Mansion is on sale for $5.5 million.

    The home is described as a Mediterranean villa within the estates section of guard-gated Mulholland Park.
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