"I pray everyone is safe", she captioned a series of images. It's gone. Fire has taken it away.
At least nine people have died as a result of the fires as of Saturday, and more than 250,000 have been asked to evacuate.
Wilson tweeted that he had been forced to evacuate, and that his pigs and dogs are okay.
The show's producers said in a statement Saturday that, with the area closed to traffic, they didn't know the condition of what is primarily a private residence.
Kourtney left her Calabasas home and posted an Instagram picture of suitcases in her auto as she went to stay with sister Kendall Jenner's house in Beverly Hills and joked she was raiding her pantry for food.
"There are no words for this kind of devastation".
"I cannot sleep!"
Also left waiting was Caitlyn Jenner, whose hilltop home appeared intact when it was shot by a photographer for The Associated Press on Saturday morning. Jenner's representative noted that the Olympic gold medalist wouldn't know the extent of any damage to the home until she was allowed to return to it.
At this time, it is estimated that the wildfires have displaced thousands of residents and caused damage to a high number of homes and businesses.
Mandatory evacuations also were underway in Northern California due to the Camp Fire, which was burning near Pugla, a town about 50 miles east of Chico, fire officials said.
Social media posts published by Ms. Kardashian West, Ms. Milano and other celebrities including singers Melissa Etheridge and Cher placed them among the Californians personally affected by the fast-moving Woolsey and Hill Fires that started Thursday evening in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.
Reality star Kim Kardashian, actress Alyssa Milano, and director Guillermo del Toro were among the many celebrities forced to pack up and flee their upscale homes in Calabasas and Malibu with flames licking their heels.
The Malibu area is also home to dozens of filming locations. The ranch was purchased by Paramount almost a century ago and was recently used for the set of "Westworld", a Western series launched by HBO in 2016.