8 Things Kimye's Mega-Mansion Has That Your House Doesn't

Kim, Kanye, and North just moved into an outrageously extravagant home.

A large mansion house lit up at twilight.
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After getting married and having a kid, Kim Kardashian checked the final box on the "adulthood" list and moved out of mom's house. She, Kanye West, and baby North have finally moved into a massive, $20 million mansion (opens in new tab) just down the road from mom Kris Jenner.

But let's just say this starter home is a little different from the typical shoebox you'd typically rent as your first pad. The Hidden Hills, California, mansion clocks in at 16,000 square feet, and that's not counting the neighbors' property, which they just bought (opens in new tab) for an extra $2.9 million.

View through an arch looking into a courtyard with a swimming pool.

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  1. Eight bedrooms
  2. Ten bathrooms
  3. Two swimming pools, one with an awesome slide 
  4. A private movie theater
  5. Humongous custom-made closets with a mirrored dressing area
  6. A game room with suede walls and a wet bar
  7. A guest house, with perfect space for a custom recording studio
  8. A vineyard. Wait, make that two vineyards.

Bright, expansive lounge with high ceilings, sofas, and a piano.

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The Kimye complex, which was once owned by Lisa Marie Presley, was designed to look like it belongs in the French countryside. But if you think Kim or Kanye would settle in without completely redecorating, you're crazy.

Impressive dining room with a large table set for ten people.

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Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.