The reality TV star originally listed her property back in September 2020. Giudice listed the house shortly after divorcing from her ex-husband Joe Giudice. She had trouble finding a buyer for years and slashed the price multiple times.
The 9,000-square-foot property first hit the market at a whopping $2.5 million. The price had dipped to $2.24 million by January 2021. The house finally sold after dropping down to $2 million.
Michelle Pais, founder of Signature Realty NJ, handled and finalized the deal for Giudice. Giudice accepted an all-cash offer at the full asking price for the seven-bedroom estate.
The Housewife would not reveal who the buyers were but reportedly told the new homeowners “Congratulations! Now you have a great house and to top it off an amazing conversation starter!”
The mansion includes a Cinderella staircase leading to the six upper floor bedrooms. The dining room comes with two chandeliers and gas operated stone fireplace. The primary bathroom even includes a private balcony and a Jacuzzi surrounded by onyx tiles with a sitting area for the new owners comfort. It also comes with its own built in-home theater and outdoor salt-water pool.
On the latest season of the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Giudice revealed how hard it was for her to sell the house saying "We built the house together, we raised our four daughters in that home.” The reality TV star was married to Joe for more than 20 years before calling it quits. The split came after Joe was deported to Italy causing a physical and emotional riff between the two.
Giudice has been living it up since finalizing her divorce. The star recently got engaged to Luis Ruelas. The two have been each other's rock to the dismay of some of Guidice's fellow Housewives.