We hope Kanye's pumped, because Grandma Kris is moving across the street!

Just call it the Kardashian version of Everybody Loves Raymond. Kris Jenner, the matriarch and business mastermind of the Kardashian/Jenner family, just dropped $9.925 million on a six-bed, seven-bath home in the ritzy Los Angeles enclave of Hidden Hills. But wait, there’s more! It turns out that Jenner’s new sprawling estate is right across the street from the $20 million mansion of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Congrats, Kanye! Your mother-in-law is now just steps away.

Just built in 2016, Jenner’s new custom estate is a 9400-square-foot beauty nestled amongst mature trees on a 55,757-square-foot lot. Guests are welcomed by a steel and glass entry door that leads into the light-filled home with an open floor plan that embraces the true indoor/outdoor California experience. A spacious chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances leads into an adjoining breakfast room, with large picture windows overlooking the lush grounds, and continues into the family room, where a volume ceiling and cozy fireplace provide the perfect spot for socializing with family. The home also features a formal dining room with refrigerated wine display, a lounge/game room with a wet bar, a custom home theater, and a first floor master suite with custom walk-in closets and a master bath that may be bigger than your entire apartment. With walnut floors and a floating staircase, the property is stylishly contemporary. Step outside and you’ll instantly be transported to what feels like a mountainside spa: a sparkling, zero-edge swimming pool and 10-plus person spa, as well as a BBQ center and fire pit surrounded by rolling lawns and lush landscaping.

Kris has major history in Hidden Hills, where she’s owned multiple homes in the past. (Her youngest daughter, Instagram icon/lip liner tycoon Kylie Jenner, has also bought and sold multiple properties in Hidden Hills.) But she’s also a lady that likes options: In addition to owning everywhere from Calabasas to Hidden Hills, in 2015, she dropped $1.655 million on a stylish crash pad in Westwood. 

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