The six-bedroom, 5,700-square-foot Franklin Lakes manor -- which was featured on the hit Bravo show - boasts an asking price of $2.85 million.
The couple are the original owners of the home on nearly two acres, which they bought in 2001 for $1.7 million.
The home features hand-painted Tuscan murals in the dining room and bathroom, a gym, a wood-paneled library, a wine cellar, a heated four-car garage and custom walk-in closets, listing agent Gregory Earnshaw of the McBride Agency in Franklin Lakes detailed.
The listing comes after the pair reportedly faced a foreclosure filing in early 2013 by Hudson City Savings Bank.
The lender withdrew the action in April, after the matter was "amicably adjusted," according to public records.
In April, Jacqueline denied that her home was being foreclosed or that she and her husband were having financial problems.
"Thank you for all who were concerned, but my house is NOT in foreclosure," she insisted.
"There is no threat of losing it. We simply modified our mortgage which is a process," Jacqueline told Reality Tea.