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Khloe Kardashian has said goodbye to her "magical" mansion in Calabasas, California after selling it for £11.7 million.
The reality TV star, 36, has moved out of the lavish home which overlooked Malibu Canyon and gave fans a walk-through tour of the empty property.
Admitting the move is bitter sweet, she told fans she hopes the new owners will enjoy living there as much as she did.
Speaking in a video posted on Instagram, she explained: "It's empty, we are out of here.
"And the new owners get a beautiful, blessed home. This home is so special and magical
"I have the best memories in this beautiful beautiful home. And I'm so happy to pass it on."
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Khloe bought the house in 2006 from pop star Justin Bieber and sold it last month.
She walked around the house filming on her phone, showing off the huge rooms with high ceilings and massive windows before walking outside to film the garden with its stunning views.
She also filmed the room which was her daughter True's nursery now sitting empty
She said goodbye to True's nursery
Khoe admitted she was hoping to recreate the garden in her next home
Khloe went on: "More memories to be made. More houses to love, but this view is Heaven on Earth."
Noting how hard she worked on the garden, Khloe admitted she can't wait to transform her next house.
She added: "Oh my goodness, just breathtaking, all the landscaping and love I put into this backyard.
She said goodbye to the house she loved
Khloe filmed the gardens and said flowers make her happy
"I can't wait to recreate at another home. I'm probably such a loser with how much I love gardening landscaping, but it's just magic.
"I love flowers, they make you happy!"
She captioned the video: "I'll miss you. Thanks for the memories, house."