Scott Disick is moving out of his multimillion-dollar home.
ET has learned that the 32-year-old reality star is already selling the $5.96 million mansion he purchased less than four months ago in Hidden Hills, California. Disick had originally chosen the home to remain close to his ex-girlfriend, Kourtney Kardashian, and their three kids, Mason, 6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 1, after the couple split last July.
Yes, it's the same pad that's located just around the corner from Kris Jenner's house and a few blocks away from where Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reside. Disick was scheduled to give ET's Lauren Zima an exclusive tour of the 8,200 square foot home earlier this month, but when we showed up, things went a little unplanned.
Disick was sleeping in at the time (after a late night out clubbing), so his realtor, Tomer Fridman, gave ET a tour in his place. (He eventually woke up around 2 p.m., but made it clear he did not want to appear on camera. Next time, Lord Disick!)
Inside, we got a glimpse of just how meticulous Disick is -- all the clothes in his closet were color-coordinated, and his bathroom towels were folded ever so perfectly. His kitchen was a little less impressive, however, as there was barely any food inside the fridge -- just beer, red bull, wine and sports drinks.
"I think he gets a lot of takeout and prepares the takeout in here," Fridman revealed, when asked if Disick frequently utilizes the kitchen to cook. "The oven and microwave get used a lot."
Since owning the home, Disick has made a lot of renovations to make the home kid-friendly, including custom-painted rooms for two of his three children (Mason's walls were painted with blue stripes, while Penelope's were donned with polka dots that were painted over).
"He bought the house brand new and kind of dressed it up and freshened it up a little bit," Fridman explained. "It's a passion for him. He loves doing houses, he loves designing, he loves architecture. Loves style in general. So, this is kind of a project of love that he did, and it was for him and the family as well."
The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home goes on the market next week, and there have already been a handful of interested buyers, including a "high-profile sports figure."
"I can't say [who]," Fridman teased. "But since he's done the remodel, we've actually had interest from a few parties. A few people have reached out to [myself and him directly] to take a look at the house and possibly acquire it from him. So, it's a team effort with him and I."
At the end of 2015, when Disick first bought the place, a source told ET that he was "looking for about two months to find the perfect place to call home," adding that it wouldn't be a home flip, but instead "somewhere for him to live."
Fridman says Disick later decided he'd only flip the home for "the right client and the right price," so he plans to market it "in the $8 million range," which would be a $2 million profit. "It's an investment," Fridman added. "He's very investment-oriented. He's a brilliant businessman."
So what's next for Disick?
"I think next for him is probably a smaller project," Fridman revealed. "He may stay in the area. But something smaller in terms of size, [and] maybe more of a remodel. So, he may be gutting a whole house, expansion, expanding it out. Updating a house. But definitely on a smaller scale in terms of the square footage of the house and then maybe enlarging it, to make it into a bigger compound."
Fridman added that Disick's next move will most likely me more permanent.