KEEPING Up With The Kardashians is finally coming to an end after 14 years of showing fans what really goes on behind the closed doors of the megastars' stupidly stunning houses.
As the KUWTK finale goes out today, here's a look inside the Kardashian-Jenner property empire covering some of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in America.
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The majority of the final series of the family's reality show wasn't actually filmed in any of the stars' mega-houses.
Instead, they chose to rent out a whopping $120million seven-bed mansion (£85m) in Malibu's Paradise Cove for the summer.
The monster property is reportedly owned by socialite Diana Jenkins, a friend of Kim's who allowed the Kardashian-Jenner family to stay in her home while she sought a permanent buyer.
Not that the TV stars are short of somewhere to stay, with mind-blowing mansions collectively worth hundreds of millions of dollars to their names.
$60million minimalist mansion
In the latest series of KUWTK, Kim has taken refuge in the Malibu rental away from her unique $60million mansion (£42m) in the swanky Hidden Hills neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
The 40-year-old superstar used to share the home with Kanye West before they filed for divorce in February.
West, 44, described the house as a "futuristic Belgian monastery" inspired by their kids North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
Kim and Kanye bought the house for an estimated $20million (£14m) in 2013 and then spent a fortune on renovations.
So much so that Kim recently complained the property was a "money pit" due to constant construction work.
The selfie queen previously admitted she'd never used the house's $50,000 swimming pool.
Kris' real estate empire
When you look at Kris Jenner's pricey property portfolio, it's easy to see where Kim's expensive taste comes from.
The 65-year-old momager recently sold her $15million Hidden Hills mansion (£10.5m) to a friend of Kylie Jenner's.
Kris' jaw-dropping six-bed eight-bathroom home was bought for under $10million four years ago and was renovated before she flipped it.
Her latest purchase was the larger of side-by-side new build homes in Hidden Hills with daughter Khloe.
Although the houses are still under construction, Khloe forked out $17million for half of the estate while Kris paid $20million, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The mammoth development ran into trouble recently, with the mother and daughter claiming they were conned by a builder who ran off with the deeds to the houses.
Kris also owns several other properties, including a $12million desert escape in La Quinta, as well as the original family home in the first series of KUWTK where Rob Kardashian now lives.
Khloe's Calabasas paradise
Khloe is currently waiting to move into her new mansion alongside her mother's.
"We're gonna have to file a very strong lawsuit against this horrible human being because we either need our money back, or we need our f**king houses," the 36-year-old fumed in a recent episode of KUWTK.
Her new home will reportedly boast an eight-car garage, covered patios, a guesthouse, cinema, and a gym.
But the Calabasas house she just sold to buy her new digs was incredibly lavish too.
Khloe bought the six-bed ten-bathroom palace from Justin Bieber for $7.2million (£5m) in 2014.
It boasts every conceivable amenity including a "glam room" and a guest house with a Moroccan-style fountain and swimming pool.
Khloe sold it last November for $15.5million (£11m) – over $1million more than any other house in Calabasas had ever sold for – to YouTuber Dhar Mann.
Kylie's crazy compound
When your make-up company has netted over £800million, you're probably going to have a nice house.
In fact, Kylie Jenner has had several astonishing properties.
Last April the 23-year-old snapped up a $36.5million resort-style (£26m) compound in the uber-exclusive Holmby Hills area of LA, just a stone's throw from the Playboy Mansion.
The dream home has four guest houses, a cinema, multiple bars, a basketball court, a guard house, seven bedrooms, and 14 bathrooms.
That gives Kylie and daughter Stormi, three, plenty of room to play with.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul is also believed to still co-own the plush $13.5million Beverly Hills mansion (£10m) she bought with ex Travis Scott in 2018.
Last year, she also reportedly snapped up a five acre plot of dirt in Hidden Hills for a cool $15million.
Oasis in the desert
Like Kylie, Kourtney Kardashian has also been snapping up new houses lately.
The 42-year-old KUWTK star, who started dating Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker in January, bought a $12million (£8.5m) Palm Springs oasis last month, the New York Post reports.
Located in La Quinta, the six-bed seven-bathroom mega-house spans nearly 9,000 square feet.
It also comes with a guest house, gourmet chef's kitchen, and it boasts gorgeous panoramic views of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
The house even comes with its own spa and a 15-tee golf course.
The Palm Springs pad isn't Kourtney's first multimillion-dollar home.
In 2014, she bought a Calabasas mansion with ex Scott Disick for $7.4million (£5m)
Scott, 38, split from Kourtney in 2015 and is now dating 19-year-old Amelia Hamlin.
Kendall's property cash
Supermodel Kendall Jenner is also no stranger to salubrious surroundings.
The 25-year-old owns a gorgeous $8.5million Beverly Hills mansion (£6m).
Situated in the upmarket Mulholland Estates neighbourhood, the Spanish-style house has its own cinema and a gold bathtub.
The five-bed six-bathroom property used to be owned by Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen before he sold it for $5.4million in 2016.
Kendall has previously demonstrated she knows her way around the luxury property market with a series of savvy purchases.
She bought her first "starter home" in Westwood, LA, in 2014 for $1.3million and then flipped it for $1.6million two years later.
Then, in 2016, she splashed a staggering $6.5million on John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's West Hollywood home and sold it on in 2017 for $6.85million.
But as someone who's repeatedly been named the highest-paid model on the planet, she probably didn't need the money.
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