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Supermodel, 'Dancing with the Stars' contestant, "Real Housewives of Miami" cast member
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,139 square feet, incredible views
Joanna Krupa, the red hot model from Bravo TV’s “Real Housewives of Miami” series has a new place to play house!
The Polish supermodel and husband Romain Zago just dropped $1.37 million on a Miami high rise condo at the Four Seasons Miami.
The newlyweds tied the knot this summer and have been living in the 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4,472 square foot waterfront home that Joanna purchased in May of 2011 for $3,400,000. With Joanna and Roman moving out and into their new high rise, that home is now for rent for $16,000 a month.
Offered fully furnished, Joanna’s stunning new high rise condo has panoramic bay views of the downtown Miami skyline. Features include stone tile and marble floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, Poggenpohl cabinets, electric shades, a surround sound system and more.
Located at the prestigious residences at the Four Seasons, the full-service building’s amenities include 24-hour concierge service, state-of-the-art gym, pool and spa. On top of their mortgage, Joanna and Roman are now on the hook for HOA fees of $1,540 a month.
The 42nd-floor unit came on the market in March 2013 with a $1.469 million price tag, which was later reduced to $1.369 million in July.
Images via the MLS.
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Joe and Melissa Gorga
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Husband and wife duo on The Real Housewives of New Jersey
6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 13,500 square feet
Melissa and Joe Gorga are going to have to find a new place to get “Real.”
The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars have sold their 6 bedroom, 7 bathroom, 13,500 square foot Montville, New Jersey mansion for the full asking price of $3.8 million.
US Weekly broke the news that the married duo and their three kids are leaving the town of Montville, NJ and heading back to Franklin Lakes, NJ because it’s closer to Joe’s work. They have purchased a piece of land for an unknown sum and plan to rent another home until the new dream home is complete.
In last season’s “Real Housewives of New Jersey” reunion, a tearful Melissa admitted that she and Joe were selling their Montville home to prevent their children from having to go to school with the daughters of then arch-enemy, sister-in-law Teresa Guidice. The feuding family members have since made amends, and with the upcoming move to Franklin Lakes, the Gorga family will be even closer to their in-laws.
When this home hit the market in May 2012 with an asking price of $3.8 million, it wasn’t the Gorga’s first attempt at a sale. In 2010, before they first appeared on the reality show (and shortly after completing construction of the home), they listed it for an optimistic $4,100,000.
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Fiery reality TV personality from Atlanta
6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 15,800 square feet, pool, reality TV fame
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kim Zolciak has moved on, and her high-priced rental has moved onto the market for $2,999,000! Anyone with a Bravo TV “Real Housewives” addiction will recognize the estate on the chopping block as Kim’s self-professed “dream home.” It’s the mansion Kim, now-husband Kroy, and their kids lived in for the past two seasons of “Housewives” and during the spinoff “Don’t Be Tardy For The Wedding,” which centered around Kim planning her lavish wedding in the backyard of this very home.
Kim and clan famously clashed with the home‘s owners about the cost of interior decorating services, and rumors of eviction floated around the tabloids for months. Kim claims she was never tardy for a rent payment, and her family had rented the home with the intention to buy. But when the inspection came back $1 million lower than the owner’s rumored $3.25 million-dollar asking price, Kim and Kroy decided it would be a poor financial move to overpay for the home. According to reports, they bolted back to Kim’s much smaller townhouse while they waited out the completion of a bigger, better home.
Anyone willing to shell out nearly $3 million dollars for a stately Georgia mansion (with a reality TV pedigree) would be scooping up a massive brick home on two acres. The listing information claims that the home is on the market for “one million less than the seller has invested in this house.” What exactly did the owners invest in? The estate includes a sports court, a pool with waterfall, outdoor living area, and an elevator. Because one isn’t enough, it’s got three full kitchens, plus a theater, game room, billiard room, au pair suite with full kitchen, gentlemen’s library, caterer’s planning office, two laundry rooms, a gym, reading loft, and sitting area with fireplace, three family rooms, a master suite with morning room and coffee bar, and so much more. That’s a whole lotta house! Kim didn’t want it, but it can still be yours!
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Cast member of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills;" Business mogul
8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, pool, tennis court on 2 acres
On reality TV, first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a nasty divorce. Just ask “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Adrianne Maloff, who is officially divorcing her plastic surgeon husband Paul Nassif. Allegations of abuse, neglect and all-around nastiness have been flying around in recent headlines, painting the split as anything but amicable. While the two may be seriously at odds at the current moment, they have a family matter they must attend to as they proceed down the road to splitsville. The two must sell their sprawling, opulent and expensive Beverly Hills mansion that was featured extensively on the Bravo show.
Brand new to the market today and listed with fellow “Housewives” co-star Mauricio Umansky of The Agency, Maloof and Nassif’s grand estate is going for $26 million. Larger than life on TV and in the listing photos, the Maloof/Nassif French chateau was designed by famed architect Richard Landry and features stunning eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and amazing attention to detail.
The estate is set on approximately two acres of beautifully manicured grounds. Befitting a Beverly Hills housewife, this home boasts all of the amenities that one could ever desire, including a tennis court, media room, wine cellar, swimming pool, and pool and guest houses. Perfect for a high-profile and monied resident, the home sits inside the legendary gated and guarded Beverly Park community.
Here’s to hoping a buyer comes along and makes this a happy home once again.
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Ditzy and dramatic former cast member of the Real Housewives of New York
5,800 square-feet, five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms
Less than a month after former ‘Real Housewives of New York‘ cast member Kelly Bensimon listed her East Hampton mansion for $12 million, she’s already price-chopped the property by a third. The new asking price for the two-story, 5,800 square-foot, five-bedroom home is $8 million.
Bensimon’s up-for-grabs Hamptons spread is an amazing property, located south-of-the-highway on prestigious Further Lane, most known for its celebrity residents and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Maidstone Country Club and East Hampton Village. According to the listing, the traditional-style home is “the perfect blend of chic city design mixed with Hamptons comfort and charm.”
The custom interior boasts 5,800 square feet of entertaining space, featuring a sun-filled formal living room with fireplace and French doors, a luxurious master suite with fireplace and private terrace leading to a bonus office or guest space, and a sleek stainless steel kitchen, which opens up to a spacious family room with fireplace and dining area. Additional amenities include vaulted ceilings showcasing rustic wood beams, powder room, den, extensive decking, and an oversized versatile bonus room with potential for additional guest space. Outdoors, the picturesque 1.2 acre grounds offers magazine worthy landscaping, a heated gunite pool and a charming pond.
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Formerly famous for being Kelsey's wife, now a breakout reality TV star
6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, 8,500 square feet
This week on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” the ladies took a trip to Beaver Creek, Colorado so Camille Grammer could have one last hurrah in her massive vacation home in the ski resort town. As part of her divorce settlement from her mega-famous ex-husband Kelsey Grammer, she must part ways with the home, which is actually listed within the city limits of Avon, CO. If you caught the episode, you know the ladies’ time in Colorado was full of skiing, hot-tubbing, nervous breakdowns and a super awkward dinner party. You may have also noticed that Camille and Kelsey shared one heck of a vacation home.
The exquisite home is nestled in the private area of Bachelor Gulch. As you may have seen on RHOBH, the home is excellent for entertaining, and offers a spacious great room, two master suites, a family/rec room, dramatic circular stair tower and in true Camille Grammer fashion – nannies quarters. Other highlights include beautiful pine floors reclaimed from the Sears Tower in Chicago, inviting stone fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, a spacious gourmet kitchen and breakfast nook, a wine cellar and tasting room, and an expansive deck with gorgeous mountain views.
The home also features a in-ground hot tub. The convenient ski-in/walk to ski out location is adjacent to an open space dedicated as a wildlife corridor.
Back in the Spring of 2011, the internet was ablaze with Camille and Kelsey divorce chatter, and it was at that time that The Real Estalker wrote about the initial listing of the property. Between then and now, Kelsey may have traded in his agent for a newer model. Originally, Slifer Smith & Frampton held the listing. Now, Joni Taylor of Joni Taylor & Company is the listing agent.
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