Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's Mansion Up For Sale

PHOTO: In this file photo, Lamar Odom, left, and Khloe Kardashian, right, are pictured in Orange, Calif. on Jun. 7, 2012.

You can now buy Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's 8,000-sq-ft. mansion for only $5.499 million.

Following the Kardashian's decision last month to file for divorce from her husband of four years, their former love nest is now up for sale on Redfin.

The "new" listing that has been active just one day says the home, built in 2003, is on .75 acres of land with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Home owner association fees are $595 a month.

Read: Khloe Kardashian Files for Divorce from Lamar Odom

The 23 pictures on the listing show the gorgeous pool, winding staircase and huge kitchen you may recognize from episodes of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

The text attached to the pictures says, "Breathtaking Mediterranean Villa within the estates section of guard-gated Mulholland Park" and "The luxurious master suite showcases jet-liner city views. Custom built-ins and a mosaic tiled fireplace enhance the room. The spa-like master bath has dual sinks, a spa tub, and shower with personalized temperature settings and music capability, 3 custom built walk-in closets complete the room."

Related: 5 Signs Divorce Was Coming for Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom

Kardashian, 29, called it quits in the middle of December after months of alleged drug use and infidelity on the part of Odom.

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