The Kardashians: Bruce and Kris Jenner family estate in Hidden Hills

Valery Stone

by Valery Stone on Nov 28, 2013

Bruce and Kris Jenner family estatephoto

Bruce and Kris Jenner, parents of Kim Kardashian who recently filed for divorce from Kris Humphries just 72 days after their $10 million wedding, live in this Hidden Hills home.

The 8,860 sqft Calabasas home was built in 1998 and has been featured numerous times on the E! Network’s hit show ‘Keeping up with Kardashians’.  See more of the Kardashian family real estate.

Satellite View of Bruce and Kris Jenner family estate:

 

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