The Newport Beach mansion over which Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her husband, Sean, were sued is up for sale.
The axed Real Housewives of Orange County stars – who were leasing the lavish abode during their time on the Bravo reality show – were sued by the owner of the home back in July, claiming the unconventional couple owed $45,000 in unpaid rent.
Per the filing, which was obtained by Radar, the landlord claimed the two started renting the circa 9,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom home in January of 2020, allegedly agreeing to pay $15,000 a month for a one-and-a-half-year lease.
The landlord alleged Braunwyn and Sean failed to pay rent for three months during that time and that they were notified they were being evicted in June.
In the filing, the landlord demanded the parents of seven cough up the cash they owed and ordered their "modern family" to get out of the house immediately.
Sean admitted to owing money but demanded that the civil suit be thrown out. Eventually, the parties reached an agreement, and the case was indeed tossed.
In late July, the posh property was put up for sale with an initial price tag of $6,795,000. In October, however, the cost of the "smart home" was cut by 6.5 percent. The Windham-Burke's old stomping grounds could be yours for a cool $6,350,000.
Aside from all the family memories and Bravo moments captured within the mansion's numerous walls, it also contains some pretty high-end features.
Described as an "exquisite, contemporary, luxury home," the pad includes an Italian Modulnova-lacquered kitchen with double sub-zero refrigerators and an expansive kitchen island clad with Macassar wood.
According to the listing, the upper level "hosts four en-suite bedrooms with high ceilings, marble showers, Swarovski-studded wallpaper and a bedroom with a 'secret room,'" while the "master retreat" features "its own private deck, built-in sitting area and a beautiful fireplace.
"Enjoy a steam in your master bath shower, soak in an oversized tub and choose the perfect outfit in a custom closet with lighted closet rods," reads the listing.
Additionally, the sprawling space features accordion doors off the family room, kitchen and bonus space that run the width of the house. They open to a backyard lounge and fire pit, dining and grilling areas, and a basketball/volleyball court.
While the estate is referred to as "an entertainer's dream," the entertaining goes far beyond its main floors.
The home's jaw-dropping basement offers an indoor-outdoor living area that contains a full rock wall waterfall for the guest suite, which offers a separate entrance. It also contains a glass-enclosed gym, a playroom and a movie theater equipped with stadium seating, a top-quality sound system, custom leather couches and even a stage.