Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster has certainly faced her share of trials and tribulations in 2015, battling lyme disease and divorcing from husband David Foster, but she's poised to start the New Year off with a bang. The stunning mother of super model daughters Bella and Gigi Hadid and son Anwar Hadid has just purchased a $4.59 million condo in the super swanky Carlyle Residences. The towering and celebrity-filled condo building is located in Los Angeles's affluent Wilshire Corridor neighborhood and features every imaginable amenity, from valet parking and a heated swimming pool to a concierge and fitness center.
Yolanda's new 3,950-square-foot digs are much more manageable than the palatial 12,000-square-foot Malibu mansion she and David sold in October — but every bit as luxurious. A private elevator whisks Yolanda directly to her three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom abode. Inside, the apartment features soaring 11-foot ceilings and expansive floor-to-ceiling glass windows throughout. While this home's kitchen doesn't boast a walk-in marble and glass refrigerator (like the one that became so famous from RHOBH that it now has its own Twitter account), it does have a chef's kitchen with quartz countertops, Wolf Professional appliances, and not one but two Sub-Zero refrigerators. Yolanda's private quarters are even more over the top, with a private den complete with wet bar and a walk-in closet so big all her kids could store their wardrobes in it. The bathrooms are perfect for relaxing and recuperating, with rare onyx and granite surfaces and a soaking tub in the master bath overlooking the city.
Based on the dazzling photo of the sun setting over Los Angeles Yolanda posted on Instagram with the hashtags #WindowsToMyWorld, #Home, and #NewBeginnings, it seems like she's already settling in. Keep reading to check out every inch of Yolanda's beautiful new condo.
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