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Away from the norm, Kourtney Kardashian is featured on the cover of Arhitectural Magazine for March 2016, as she is pictured in a home to portray a family life along with her kids and sister Khloe.
The Architectural Magazine wrote, “The concept of house as sanctuary is one of the great clichés of shelter-magazine writing—and for good reason, as anyone who finds comfort in their home can attest. But for sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian, the idea registers on a whole different level. After all, when you’re members of what is arguably America’s most famous family, with so much of your life playing out on reality TV and in the tabloids, you need someplace where the eyes of millions are not watching 24 hours a day.
The enterprising duo have found such an escape in homes around the corner from each other in a private Calabasas, California, enclave where the real-estate game is something of a celebrity swap meet. A couple of years ago Kourtney, the elder of the two, bought an 11,500-square-foot Tuscan-style dwelling from former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson. A month or so later Khloé snapped up a nearly 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean Revival house from Justin Bieber. Their half-sister Kylie Jenner also purchased a place here, and materfamilias Kris Jenner lives minutes away with their sister Kim (she’s crashing at Mom’s house with husband Kanye West and their children, Saint and North, while their new Axel Vervoordt–designed residence is being built).”
Architectural Digest. My living room. Make sure and pick up the March issue in newsstands today. pic.twitter.com/zI0JmyVBcL
— Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) February 2, 2016
Kourtney was also pictured at Khloe's home as seen in the picture below with her kids.
Lastly, a glimse of Kourtney's home office as seen below..
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