Easy come, easy go.
A year and a half after buying her first house, Kylie Jenner's ready for an upgrade. The 18-year-old recently listed her five bedroom home in the Calabasas section of Los Angeles for $3.9 million, Sotheby's real estate agent Tomer Fridman confirms to Us Weekly.
Boasting seven bathrooms, a pool, a spa, a courtyard and a large table in the backyard for entertaining, the house also comes with amenities like three-car garage, a gourmet kitchen, a white brick fireplace, a movie theater and a crazy amount of closet space, including a shoe closet.
"The e house has been extensively redone from the backyard through the interiors," Fridman says. "It's a total showplace."
While she looks for a seller for her multi-million dollar Tuscan mansion-styled starter home, Kylie will be busy settling into the $6 million home she bought in May, which is conveniently closer to her mom, Kris Jenner, and sister, Kim Kardashian, in the Hidden Hills.
With seven bedrooms, room for four cars in the garage and 3,000 more square feet, the new digs are substantially bigger than the pad Kylie's called home since February.
Between the move and her split from Tyga, it's been a change-filled year for Kylie, who's reportedly dating producer and rapper PartyNextDoor.
"Tyga was Kylie's first real, true adult love and she didn't want to let it go," a source told ET after the longtime couple called it quits. "She tried really hard to make it work -- but she finally let it go. Kylie realizes Tyga is not the person for her."
Tyga, meanwhile, has said he had his own reasons for leaving the relationship behind.
"Being in that [relationship], it took a lot, career-wise, everything. It overshadowed a lot of my talents and a lot of things that I worked hard for," the 26-year-old rapper said in an interview with BigBoy TV last week.
Rumors have circulated suggesting money came between Tyga and Kylie, whose net worth was recently estimated at about $10 million.
"Kylie had been bankrolling Tyga for well over a year and she's finding herself short on cash as a result," a source told Radar after after they split. "He was shocked when she asked to be paid, telling her he thought the money was a gift, not a loan."