Kourtney Kardashian may be uncomfortable with kissing scenes, but she knows a good house deal when she sees one. The reality-TV starlet, the oldest of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians sisters, scooped up a 5,334-square-foot home in Los Angeles's Calabasas neighborhood for a mere $1.7 million. (See photos below).
The University of Arizona theater arts graduate and her baby-daddy, Scott Disick, are already settled in. He's even filming YouTube videos from the back balcony (See video below). The two, who actually purchased the home together, are rumored to be in the midst of pitching a spin-off reality show of their own in this very house, according to Move.com.
So will Kourtney and Scott finally tie the knot? Although she is denying engagement rumors, a sneak peek at the April 3 season finale of Kourtney & Kim Take New York, (seen below) Disick is seen ring shopping and broaching the topic with his love.
The second-floor master suite includes a sitting area, fireplace, walk-in closet, large bathroom with separate soaking tub and shower and private balcony that overlooks the backyard. Information obtained from a 2008 listing by the Real Estalker also shows the house has a wine cellar, second-floor den, crown molding and vacuum systems.
Sister Khloe spent a bit more, $3.95 million, but also gained much more out in Tarzana, Calif. The quasi-Spanish style 7-bedroom, 6-bath mansion with a gated driveway capable of parking up to 15 cars, measures a whopping 8,347 square feet.
The 31-year-old celebutante Kourtney, the eldest daughter of Kris and the late Robert Kardashian (O.J. Simpson's trial attorney), recently made her daytime acting debut as a sexy lawyer named (Kassandra Kavanaugh) on the soap opera One Life to Live (See the third video below).
So will Kourtney say, "Yes" to Scott's proposal? Tune in April 3.
Just in case you didn't know: This is the "real" Scott Disick.
Sheree R. Curry, who has owned three homes but not one in California, is a three-time award-winning journalist who has covered real estate for six years. During her 20-year career, her articles have appeared regularly in the Wall Street Journal, TV Week, and Fortune. She's been writing for AOL Real Estate since 2009 from a Minneapolis-area rental. She seeks a book publisher -- or at least a lender who'll give a reasonable mortgage rate to a self-employed mom.