See Kylie Jenner's sprawling backyard of $36M LA home featuring chicken coop & massive playground for Stormi, 4

TAKE a glimpse at Kylie Jenner's flawless backyard complete with a chicken coop, playhouse, playground, and veranda.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum previously flaunted her dreamy TV room complete with luxury cream couches.

Now fans have been able to get a closer look at Kylie's stunning backyard of her $36million Hidden Hills mansion.

During Wednesday night's episode of The Kardashians, Khloe, 37, and her best friend Malika, 39, visited the youngest sibling's house to pick something up.

The friends parked in the makeup mogul's driveway before walking through to her backyard.

Cameras caught the beautiful piece of land, perfectly manicured with lush scenic views.

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On the right sat an adorable children's playhouse for her daughter Stormi, four, complete with columns, windows, and a second-story balcony.

Khloe and Malika then visited Kylie's pristine chicken coop, filled with the brown birds and their matching fresh eggs.

The pair then stopped in front of a massive children's playground, with a slide, drawbridge, and rock wall.

The friends then continued on towards the veranda where Kylie had several lemon trees planted.

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They passed a trampoline on the left, and further back the makeup mogul's pool could be spotted with lounge chairs and resort-style umbrellas.

On the back patio, Kylie, 24, had large windows looking out onto comfortable seating for guests.

A decorative water fountain bubbled as the two continued to catch up.

Kylie has only given fans rare glimpses into her California mansion since moving in, but earlier this week finally showed off her beautiful TV room.


Ahead of the release of episode two, Kylie recorded a video on Instagram Stories of her flat-screen TV displaying a preview of the upcoming installments.

The clip briefly captured the star's stunning TV room with white walls and cream-colored sofas and pillows.

She then zoomed in on the screen, reminding her fans to tune into the new episode in the caption.

"Episode 2 tomorrow!!!!! @kardashianshulu," she enthusiastically wrote.


In the introduction to the Hulu series, fans saw more of the beauty mogul's lavish hideaways, including a tour of her gorgeous Kylie Cosmetics office.

The clip began as a double door featuring Kylie's signature lip logo opened to an expansive front desk.

A sign reading "KYLIE" was lit in pink neon to greet visitors.

The huge office was lined with white fabric benches with multiple conference rooms to the right behind glass panes.

In the airy main hall, a giant portrait of Kylie and her signature pout was placed to the left.

Planters and a bouquet of her "favorite"  white flowers were placed throughout.

The spacious hall then opened up into a chic kitchen space and a conference table where multiple employees talked shop.

Behind the kitchen, another giant sign that read KYLIE could be seen, and towards the back appeared to be the executive suites.

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As the drone camera continued, a statue of a plump pout could be seen and a rolled-up $100 bill pedestal, before flying into her mom's corner office.

Not all have appreciated the model showcasing her posh living quarters though, as she has been frequently slammed for flaunting her wealth on social media.

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