Vicki Gunvalson has been making some major changes in her life, and selling her smaller Coto de Caza home just so happens to be the next!
The Real Housewives of Orange County alum has listed the 2,400-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom abode for $1,599,000.
The 59-year-old newly single former reality star purchased the pad back in April 2021 for $1,035,000. She then embarked on a large-scale renovation, which she documented on social media.
"Final touches completed today," she captioned an Instagram post from August that showed off her new interior. "After 4 months of living in my new home, it's finally finished."
According to Realtor.com, the home originally had an outdated ambiance, marked by dark wood cabinetry and ornate chandeliers.
Now, the space is white, bright and much more open, as the listing boasts that it's been updated "to the highest standards and features designer finishes in every room."
Located inside a guard-gated community, the property is entered through a private courtyard. On the ground floor is a spacious living room; a lavish dining room; a family room containing a fireplace, bar area and adjacent kitchen; and one bedroom, which features an en-suite bathroom.
Upstairs is where one may find the primary suite that comes complete with its own balcony and a massive spa bathroom.
Per Realtor.com, design details include "shiplap ceilings, Calacatta gold marble, gold-tone hardware and warm wood flooring."
Outside features several options for entertaining, including multiple seating areas, a built-in barbecue and a fireplace.
Additionally, amenities for members of the community include a golf and racquet club, hiking, biking, horse trails and even an equestrian center.
Fans of RHOC will recall that this is the home Vicki purchased after selling the much-larger one made famous on the Bravo reality show.
Its lush backyard contained a resort-style pool and iconic waterfall that saw many a party. She listed the property for $3.35 million back in 2020, and it eventually sold for $3 million in March 2021.
Even before listing her second Coto mansion, Gunvalson's been spending most of her time at her condo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
It's unclear if she plans to move there permanently.