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Teresa Giudice FINALLY gets a buyer for her New Jersey mansion


RHONJ star Teresa Giudice FINALLY gets a buyer for her New Jersey mansion… more than SIX YEARS after she first put it on the market for $5M

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Teresa Giudice has finally found a buyer for the New Jersey mansion she once lived in with her ex-husband Joe.

The pair spent years on the sprawling estate bringing up their four daughters – Gia, 20, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 12. 

Two months after Teresa slashed the asking price to $2.25 million she has now found someone to purchase the place, the New York Post reports. 

One step closer: Teresa Giudice has finally found a buyer for the New Jersey mansion she once lived in with her ex-husband Joe

One step closer: Teresa Giudice has finally found a buyer for the New Jersey mansion she once lived in with her ex-husband Joe 

The thrill of it all: Two months after Teresa slashed the asking price to $2.25 million she has now found someone to purchase the place, the New York Post reports

The thrill of it all: Two months after Teresa slashed the asking price to $2.25 million she has now found someone to purchase the place, the New York Post reports

A source claimed the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star, who renovated the house last year, got an offer this Monday but months may elapse before escrow closes.

Teresa and Joe completed construction on the property in 2008 and it has been prominently featured on The Real Housewives Of New Jersey. 

They paid $530,000 for the 3.7 acre lot way back in 2002, seven years before she began starring on The Real Housewives Of New Jersey.

Evidently it took them six years to build their 10,044 square foot manor which has six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. 

They reportedly first listed the home in September 2014 six months after they pleaded guilty to the fraud charges that ultimately landed them in jail.

Their original asking price was nearly $5 million according to Realtor.com and they marked it down twice over the following few months but it did not sell.  

At the time they were charging $3,999,000 – but two months later she relented and knocked half a million off the asking price. 

History: They first listed the home in 2014 for nearly $5 million according to Realtor.com and marked it down twice over the following few months but it did not sell

History: They first listed the home in 2014 for nearly $5 million according to Realtor.com and marked it down twice over the following few months but it did not sell

Exterior: Teresa and Joe completed construction on the property in 2008 and it has been prominently featured on The Real Housewives Of New Jersey

Exterior: Teresa and Joe completed construction on the property in 2008 and it has been prominently featured on The Real Housewives Of New Jersey

Terrific: Evidently it took them six years to build their 10,044 square foot manor which has six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms

Terrific: Evidently it took them six years to build their 10,044 square foot manor which has six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms

Lap of luxury: Their home features such features as a wine cellar whose style of architecture is reminiscent of the family's Italian roots

Lap of luxury: Their home features such features as a wine cellar whose style of architecture is reminiscent of the family’s Italian roots

Living it up: A sumptuous grand living room includes a handsomely appointed fireplace and can be seen from the balconies of one of the upper levels

Living it up: A sumptuous grand living room includes a handsomely appointed fireplace and can be seen from the balconies of one of the upper levels

According to Realtor.com they slashed off another half a million on January 6, 2015, one day after she began her prison sentence.

Teresa and Joe were allowed to serve their jail sentences back-to-back so that one parent at a time would be at home with their daughters.

After that it appeared possible that she had decided to keep the house as she did not list it again until September of last year, asking $2.5 million. 

Fashion and function: The home is also equipped with a billiards room that at the moment also contains some exercise equipment enabling the TV icon to stay svelte

Fashion and function: The home is also equipped with a billiards room that at the moment also contains some exercise equipment enabling the TV icon to stay svelte

They way it looks now: Teresa and Joe reportedly first listed the home in September 2014 six months after they pleaded guilty to the fraud charges that ultimately landed them in jail

They way it looks now: Teresa and Joe reportedly first listed the home in September 2014 six months after they pleaded guilty to the fraud charges that ultimately landed them in jail

What a digs: After that it appeared possible that she had decided to keep the house as she did not list it again until September of last year

What a digs: After that it appeared possible that she had decided to keep the house as she did not list it again until September of last year

In late 2019 Joe moved back to Italy ahead of a legal decision on whether he would be deported there, as he was born in Saronno and never obtained U.S. citizenship.

He and Teresa have split up and she is now carrying on a sizzling romance with the dashing businessman Luis ‘Louie’ Ruelas. 

Then this January it emerged that Teresa had reduced her asking price on the house from $2.5 million to about $2.25 million. 

The way they were: In late 2019 Joe moved back to Italy ahead of a legal decision on whether he would be deported there; he and Teresa are pictured together in 2013

The way they were: In late 2019 Joe moved back to Italy ahead of a legal decision on whether he would be deported there; he and Teresa are pictured together in 2013

Heartthrob: He and Teresa have split up and she is now carrying on a sizzling romance with the dashing businessman Luis 'Louie' Ruelas

Heartthrob: He and Teresa have split up and she is now carrying on a sizzling romance with the dashing businessman Luis ‘Louie’ Ruelas



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