Kris Jenner made a perhaps unanticipated move recently, selling her Hidden Hills mansion to cosmetics heiress Katharina Harf, the child of Coty CEO Peter Harf. To wit: Coty is the huge cosmetics business that purchased a bulk stake in Kylie Jenners brand name, Kylie Cosmetics, for $600 million and a 20% stake in Kim Kardashians KKW Beauty for $200 million this year.According to Variety, Harf purchased the vast 9,459-square-foot estate for $15 million in an off-market offer a little less than three years after Jenner purchased the location for $9.9 million. Under her ownership, Jenner considerably upgraded the house with the assistance of acclaimed designers Tommy and Kathy Clements and Waldo Fernandez. When Architectural Digest toured the house in 2015, the “momager” said that her goal when embellishing was to make the house feel “like a sanctuary, peaceful and completely calm.” And indeed, the zen-like retreat provides a comfortable and cool visual, with massive moving doors connecting the living-room to a covered outdoor patio, walnut floorings throughout, and a downstairs main suite stashed in its own wing for additional privacy.Discover ADVERTISEMENT PROThe supreme resource for design market experts, gave you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowThere are a total of six bedrooms and 8 restrooms spread throughout your home, with most of the en suite bed rooms located on the 2nd floor, together with a 2nd living room and a fitness center. Much of the space is deliberately monochromatic, providing the best backdrop for Jenners extensive art collection, that includes a Yoshitomo Nara painting she showed in the dining room, a Tracey Emin neon sculpture at the end of a first-floor corridor, and an Yves Klein Blue Venus statue near the excellent room. “Kris has truly advanced taste,” Fernandez told AD. “This home was a fantastic chance for her to express her love of art and style.” If Jenner sold any of her art or furnishings along with the home, it is not known.