Jeana Keough is giving up her luxurious Coto de Caza mansion! As RadarOnline.com has learned, the former Real Housewives of Orange County star has put the $3 million California property on the market, and now, fans can take a peek inside the glamorous home. Click through the gallery to see the dazzling photos.
In 2017, Jeana Keough got a plastic surgery makeover that changed her life, and now, it’s her sprawling mansion which has received a renovation — one some lucky new owners will get to enjoy.
The RHOC stunner has put her gorgeous home on the market for a cool $3 million, Radar has exclusively learned.
The spectacular 5,300 square foot estate is listed in the heart of Coto de Caza, the swanky OC alcove made famous by the hit reality series.
Past the gate entrance is a long private passage that leads to a dramatic circle driveway. Sitting on 1.2 acres, the pricey property is covered in redwood trees, liquid ambers, sycamores, evergreens, apple, lemon and lime trees. The grounds also include walking trails and the new owner’s very own private hill and mountain view.
The five bedrooms all have their own bathrooms, including the master spa with boutique-esque walk-in closet.
The mansion’s interiors are just an impressive. In the entryway one can find custom carved arched double doors followed by a newly-revamped kitchen with Subzero appliances and finishing tony touches like self-glide close drawers, a massive island, a farmhouse sink, a breakfast nook and walk-in pantry.
An iron and crystal chandelier hangs above the 12-foot ceilings as French doors open to the new limestone patio with heaters, covered entertaining space, fireplace and massive area already graded for a pool.
The home fit for a housewife also has a one-bedroom guest house with marble spa bath, bedroom, living room and kitchen.
Keough, who’s made several appearances on the Bravo show since she left after season 5 is listed as the agent for the home. Per the property records, she bought the estate in 2014 for $1.975 million. According to The Blast, her estranged husband Matt was on the original deed but transferred the estate to her in 2018.
This isn’t the first multi-million mansion the reality star has lived in and put on the market. In 2016, she parted ways with her French-inspired, 8,000 square foot, eight-bedroom home in Coto de Caza for $3.4 million.
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