Kardashians And Other Celebrities’ Favorite Estate Casa Aramara In Mexico, Burns Down

According to some new reports, Casa Aramara, well known as one of the Kardashian-Jenners’ favorite places to hang out in Mexico has caught fire. Here’s what happened!

The private Mexican vacation home would often be frequented by the famous reality TV family as well as other famous people.

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However, it appears that that’s not going to be possible anymore, at least for a while, due to the fact that the place has gone down in flames, pretty much burning almost to the ground.

TMZ was the first to report that the beachfront estate, owned by media entrepreneur Joe Francis, caught fire yesterday.

The same news outlet also told the public that the damage was quite significant and judging by the pictures that have made their way to social media, that definitely seems to be the case!

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The snaps, show the building ablaze and it appears that most of it was taken over at the time the pics were captured last night.

Furthermore, insiders shared with the same outlet that when the fire started, there were 20 people renting the beachfront estate, as well as 20 more staff members working on the property but at this point, it is not clear whether or not anyone was injured.

The most damaged by the flames was the main house, which will definitely have to be rebuilt from the ground up.

The three smaller cottages that are also included on the property, however, have not been affected by the fire.

Other celebs who have stayed at the estate before aside from the Kardashian-Jenner clan, have been Ciara and her husband, Russell Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Eva Longoria, Ashton Kutcher and Selena Gomez, to just name a few A-listers.

Casa Aramara’s official website says that it is an ‘ultra-luxury 5-star private estate’ that was renovated as recently as 2019.

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