Real Estate

The Kardashians' Former Miami Pad on the Market for $5.9 Million

Who can forget all those magical television moments that happened on Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami? Like that time when Kourtney said something ridiculous and Khloé just looked at her with that expression that was like, "Wow, you're being so ridiculous right now." Or that other time they had an argument but they made up in the end, and we all learned an important lesson in sisterly bonds. Or what about that time where another Kardashian came to visit and we were all like, "Huh? The title implies there are only two Kardashians in this show, but, wow, we're blessed with a bonus Kardashian for this episode!" All great moments. All great memories. 

Well, now the deluxe condo the girls stayed in during the show can be yours for just $5.9 million — and, no, we never actually did watch that show. 

According to the Wall Street Journal, the penthouse the duo stayed in during filming sits atop the Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach hotel. At the time, the unit was owned by the hotel and rented out to the Kardashian duo for eight weeks over two seasons at a reduced rate. Then, in late 2010, literary agent Esmond Harmsworth bought the unit for himself for $3.6 million. Harmsworth renovated the place to the degree that only the floor plan remains the same.

He's now looking to cash in and sell the place for $5.9 million, but that price includes all of the furniture. (The furniture the Kardashians used was brought in specifically for them.)

The unit spans 1,880 square feet and includes two terraces, ocean views, and a private roof deck that includes a pool and jacuzzi. Buyers will have the option to continue to rent the unit out as a hotel room if they chose. 

Apparently, Kardashian fans often request to see the room, because as the hotel manager tells the Journal, “They just want to know that they were in the same room where the Kardashians were." 

We guess not that many people are interested in seeing the room that once housed the agent who turned books like Breakthrough: Secrets of America's Fastest Growing Companies and Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System To Drive Breakthrough Creativity into bestsellers.
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Kyle Munzenrieder