Kendall Jenner gives fans a glimpse of mom Kris' massive backyard at new $20M mansion featuring pool & buddha statue

Kendall Jenner gives fans a glimpse of mom Kris' massive backyard at new $20M mansion featuring pool & buddha statue

May 9, 2022

KENDALL Jenner has shown off her mother, Kris', backyard in a new Instagram story.

The backyard has a buddha head statue and a massive pool.

Kendall posted a video of Kris' backyard to her Instagram stories.

The video shows dark clouds above with the trees blowing in the wins.

More than half of the pool is shown and at the edge of it sits a huge bust of buddha.

The pool water moved in the wind as a bunch of white flower bushes surround it.


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Although the video only showed off part of the backyard, fans are happy to even get a glimpse at the $20M mansion.

In the next few stories, the 26-year-old showed off a purple car and her matching nails.

On the same day, Kourtney showed off her mom's new kitchen.

In the clips, she shared a table which had which had a variety of breakfast foods on it, including donuts and muffins, smoothies and eggs.

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There was also an Alice in Wonderland figurine placed between the toaster and a small yellow plate.

It appeared as though the family was celebrating Mother's Day in her new home.


Back in January, Kris gave fans a look into her organized fridges.

The momager shared photos to Kourtney's website, Poosh, of her multiple fridges filled with ice cream and fruity popsicles.

The fridge freezers are completely see-through and are neatly organized.

Another fridge is dedicated to just green vegetables and fruit while the third was dedicated to dairy, bread, eggs and different varities of berries.

The fourth and final fridge held several bottles os till and sparkling water as well as bottles of Veuve Clicquot champagne.

All three fridges also boasted matte black doors and stainless steel handles.

However, it's not known which of Kris' homes the fridges belong too, as the star has places in Palm Springs, La Quinta and Calabasas


Kris Jenner and her daughter, Khloe, recently moved into twin mansions next door to each other in the exclusive Los Angeles gated community.

Her mansion, worth $17M, features an open kitchen, courtyard, and large windows.

Khloe's kitchen had a marble countertop.

The outside features a pool, patio, hot tub, and huge backyard.

The Kardashian matriarch purchased the land in 2020 and moved in next to Khloe in November of 2021 after months of delays.


Kris got to spend Mother's Day with her mom, MJ, her children and grandchildren,

They all posed together for a picture in front of a window that gave a glimpse into a big backyard, which was assumed to be Kris'.

The matriarch also showed off numerous flowers displays, which her kids- Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Rob, and Kylie got her.

Many other people, who consider her their mom including Travis Barker and Pete Davidson, also her her flowers for the holiday, as well as many other friends and admirers.

Khloe shared throwback pictures with her mom along with a sweet message, which Kris reposted on her story.

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Kris is said to be living in the mansion with her boyfriend, Corey Gamble.

Most of the house features a cream and white color scheme.

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