Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardasian‘s ex and star of the successful new home renovation show “Flip It Like Disick,” appears to be at it again. He recently purchased a rather dated home in “Kardashian Country,” aka Hidden Hills, CA, for $3,106,000. And it looks highly flippable.
Built in 1977, the 4,602-square-foot home sits on an acre lot. It has four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. But that could all change once he and his partner in design, former pop singer-turned-interior designer Willa Ford, get their hands on it.
The house has great bones and vaulted ceilings, but there’s still a lot to be done to bring it into the 2020s. We’re guessing the first things to go would be a wall or two in what could become a wide-open great room. The next would be the terra-cotta floor tiles and all those pesky split levels.
We also think a lot can be done with the kitchen, which will doubtless be expanded and get lighter, more modern cabinets and hardware. But the appliances could stay, as they’re newer high-end Wolf and GE Monogram, including a six-burner stove, warming drawer, double ovens, and double-drawer dishwasher.
In addition, there’s a lot to work with in the large master suite, with its fireplace, built-in window seats and bookcases, and double walk-in closets. The en suite bath offers a large jetted tub, separate steam shower, and dual vanities. With space like that and a decent budget, the possibilities are endless. But we would start with removing the odd arched alcove.
Then there are choices to be made about what stays and what goes outdoors as well. We’re guessing the chicken coop is not going to be a keeper. But the built-in, shaded fire pit conversation area will probably survive the renovation, as well as an adorable treehouse.
We’re also betting that the dozens o fruit trees will stay, and that something very creative will be done with the detached studio/office/theater room.
It’s notable that Disick’s latest purchase is just down the street from his most recent remodel. He bought that 5,663-square-foot luxury home for $3,235,000 in April 2018. And after completely remodeling it in his typical stylish fashion, he put it on the market in September for $6,890,000. Are you sensing a pattern here? Stay tuned!