Kim Kardashian has something else baking in the oven in addition to her little bun with rap star Kanye West.
Property records show that a transfer of title occurred Feb. 6 on her Beverly Hills, Calif. mansion, switching the home owner from a trust known to be Kardashian's to an LLC that could be anybody's. Public records show that Kardashian bought the home in 2010 for $3.4 million, but they don't yet indicate how much money, if any, transferred hands during this most recent title change.
Real estate blog Trulia has an anonymous source confirming that Kardashian did indeed sell her unlisted home to a third-party buyer, but the transfer title could mean a number of other things, including less exciting possibilities like a deed change connected to Kardashian's impending divorce from New Jersey Nets player Kris Humphries, or even a simple re-finance on the home.
Her Tuscan-style home, which made quite a few appearances on her reality show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" spans 4,000 square feet and has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a media room. In the backyard, there's an outdoor living and dining room, as well as a pool, spa and waterfall.
The luxurious setting is where Kardashian was supposed to live after her marriage to Humphries, but in fact she hasn't lived there since an intruder showed up at the front gate, luggage in hand, in Jan. 2012. Plus there was that whole 72-day marriage thing that got in the way.
News reports from other media outlets indicate that Kardashian and her "Don" are furiously preparing for their baby's arrival with a lot of real estate activity, looking to buy homes in London, Paris and Miami. There is also, of course, their recently-purchased Bel-Air, Calif. mansion that's still under construction.
So did she, or didn't she? The only thing we know for sure is that there's nothing quite like the nesting instinct -- celebrity style.
Photos of Kim Kardashian's Beverly Hills home courtesy of Trulia.com.