Kim Kardashian has bought a $20 million Hidden Hills, California mansion from her soon-to-be ex-husband, rapper Kanye West.

The settlement was filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court on October 12. Kardashian will obtain the home she shared with West and their four children, North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2. The court also decided Kardashian will acquire “all finishing, furniture, fixtures, appliances, collectibles, silver and at located in said Residence.” The inclusion adds up to $3 million, making the whole settlement worth $23 million.

Kardashian and West, 44, purchased their $20 million home in 2014. They worked with Belgian architect Axel Vervoordt to create an all-white, minimalistic look for the interior of the home. The couple and their children were able to move in officially back in December 2017 after living with Kardashian’s mom, Kris Jenner.

As luxurious as the house is, Kardashian has plans to expand her property to include various features, like an underground vault, subterranean parking, an attached subterranean ‘wellness center’ and a detached guardhouse.

Her expansion was put on hold in September after a neighbor of the entrepreneur asked a judge to stop the process.

The filing, made by resident Sarah Key and the Hidden Hills Community Association, requested a termination of the plans to “flatten two hills” and build upon “two high-pressure has transmission lines,” claiming she feels the neighborhood should keep its “natural and rustic country setting” and to build upon gas lines will put “Hidden Hills community members at risk of catastrophic bodily injury and irreparable real personal property damage.”

The document also states the plans “can and will cause irreparable harm at a minimum to the destruction of two hills of Hidden Hills” and “moving forward these two developments may cause loss of a life.”

West has moved in from his former Hidden Hills home and recently purchased a beachfront house in Malibu, for nearly $60 million. He is also selling his ranch near Cody, Wyoming for $11 million.

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