Lamar Odom -- Khloe Kardashian's husband -- has his house for rent. For $8,000 a month, you can stay where Odom lived before he shacked up with one of the famous Kardashian sisters. Odom previously tried selling the house -- which he purchased in 2006 for $2.7 million -- back in 2009 for $2.399 million, but was unsuccessful. The home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Sounds good so far. Why won't it sell, and who might we see renting it?
Thanks to our friends at Realtor.com, we have gallery of the Odom home that's ready to rent.
This 2-story Mediterranean-style home hosts an open layout and vaulted ceilings. Spacious! And the Spanish tile makes the roof look more like a work of art. A three car garage and driveway allow plenty of parking space. So what's inside? Here's what we know: The family room, living room and master bedroom have fireplaces. We're sorry -- one of the master bedrooms. (The home has two.)
A raised hot tub overflows into a custom pool surrounded by stone walls. The backyard is kept super private, so feel free to soak in the amenities without worrying about paparazzi (or nosy neighbors).
The back patio is composed of exquisite stone work. The tiered design creates several layers for lounging. Tall, lush foliage and the extended roof makes for a private cabana feel. We wish we could see the view from the huge second-story windows.
LAMAR ODOM HOUSE. Lamar Odom & Khloe Kardashian's House
Lamar Odom Gets Choked Up, Thinks The Lakers Might Want To Trade Him Because Of His Reality Show
And that makes him really sad.
Odom went on the Steven A. Smith show, before the trade was killed last night, and said he was really upset to be leaving the Lakers, you can hear him almost choking up a few times.
Another interesting pull out from the interview, Lamar thinks maybe the Lakers want to get rid of him because of his and Khloe Kardashian's reality show. He says:
"I don't know I think maybe I rubbed people the wrong way, maybe with doing the show, you know? I don't know when things come up you start to wonder and you start to guess."
[h/t Mentality Magazine]