Is anything on reality TV real? The latest blow to our this-is-totally-true psyches is the news that the house whose exterior is seen multiple times on each episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians is on the market -- and Kris, Kendall, Kylie, Kim, Kanye, and North don't live there.

Yup, it turns out that the famous Kardashian homestead is a fake. Well, I mean it's a real house, but it's not theirs. It's a facade, you guys, plain and simple, and contains no more Kardashians, Jenners, or Wests than my backyard (which is none, by the way).

This wannabe Kardashian-Jenner house isn't even in the same zip code as the family's real house in Calabasas. The picturesque home featured on the show is in Studio City -- about 20 miles away. 

Of course it makes sense when you think about it. Would you want people regularly gathering in your driveway in the hopes of catching a glimpse at you through the blinds? Well, if you do, you could buy this house, because I bet there are people that come to see what they can see!

If you want to live in a house that we were led to believe that the Kardashians lived in, the 7,043-square-foot home featuring seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a pool can be yours for the low, low price of $6.25 million.

Hey, I said the house was a reality show fake -- I didn't say it was cheap.

How many other reality show home fronts do you think are fake?


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