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Kaley Cuoco Bought Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom’s Old House

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Well, Kaley Cuoco has moved up in the world and is going to be living the dream: she and new hubby Ryan Sweeting have bought Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom‘s old house for an insane $5.49 million. I mean, it’s a nice place, and all – it’s located in Tarzana, California and has the seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms and is described as a “breathtaking Mediterranean villa within the estates section of guard-gated Mulholland Park”.

Khloe put the house on the market late last year after her split from Lamar and originally was only asking $4 million (they paid $3.95 million in 2009) so it sold for quite a bit above the asking price. Apparently Khloe’s looking for a house close to momager Kris in Hidden Hills now, according to TMZ.

It’s a pretty nice house, all told, but I’m such a cheapskate that I can’t imagine that I’d spend anywhere near that on a house regardless of how rich I am. That’s so much money! What do you think of the place?

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  • Kelly, I wouldn’t worry. You are smart, happy, and have chosen a life that has allowed the beautiful things. That is great! My life may not be as glamorous, but we are very similar with the way we think and see things. I am a nurse, and my husband a police officer. We will never be rich, but every single struggle has been worth it. Your shows allow us to have a little more laughter than we may have never seen in our busy lives, and we thank you for that! Mike and Robin Terry

  • Well, we know that tk & pik are first of all JEALOUS! JEALOUS! JEALOUS! JEALOUS!! just to let you both know…. Kelly doesn’t read your nonsense comments. You guys must be ugly yourselfs & I don’t mean from the outside but from the inside to put down such a pretty and talented actress.. Thank you Kelly for coming into our homes everywk and making us laugh.

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