Luann de Lesseps has followed through on her threat to sell her Sag Harbor, N.Y. house, as her family feud and latest lawsuit intensifies. RadarOnline.com can reveal the mansion is already up for sale, and has been on the market since June! It’s currently being offered at a whopping $6.25 million. Click through to check out her soon-to-be former home.
The The historic home was built in 1835, and sits on the peaceful Sag Harbor Cove. star threatened to sell the four bedroom, four bath vacation home, while avoiding funding a trust for her adult children – like her divorce agreement dictates. Her adult children would be funded with half the interest in the home but according to the documents obtained by Radar — she never did.
The historic home was built in 1835, and sits on the peaceful Sag Harbor Cove.
The property is awash in white, from its big, bright interiors to floor-to-ceiling white bathrooms.
The oversized kitchen features stainless steel appliances and an open dining area that’s ideal for entertaining.
Bedrooms feature plenty of windows, to allow easy access to natural light, fresh breezes, and paparazzi cameras.
The outside sun deck leads down to the water’s edge, and a boat deck.
There’s also a separate studio with a full bathroom, for when she kicks unwanted visitors out of her house.
As Radar previously reported, Luann is currently facing more legal trouble, after her ex-husband Alexandre and their two children, Victoria and Noel de Lesseps, sued the reality star over violating the couple’s divorce agreement.
According to documents obtained by Radar, Luann took possession of the couple’s Bridgehampton, NY, mansion in the split, and was supposed to set up a trust that the adult children would be funded with half the interest in the home. But according to the docs, she never did.
The three parties allege the reality star instead sold the Bridgehampton home for $8 million in 2014 and bought the Sag Harbor home for a little over $3 million.
The kids and their dad are asking a judge to block the Countess from selling the property.
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