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April 12, 2019 1 min read

Vogue's latest edition of their viral series "73 Questions" starred Kanye, Kim and the rest the West clan. In the episode below you get a beautiful snapshot of the West's residence and what Kim describes as "a minimal monastery" inspired by Axel Vervoordt and Kanye West.

Although not a full tour of the estate, inside and out a la MTV Cribs, the parts shown of the home give you an idea of how the rest of the home makes out. The sprawling Hidden Hills estate, purchased for $20 million back in 2014 has also undergone $20 million in renovations since that time. It's no wonder, meticulously clean and consistent color palette of the home looks the way it does.

For more details on this one-of-a-kind home, be sure to read the Kim Kardashian profile on Vogue's latest May issue

Photography by: Mikael Jansson


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