Tamra and Eddie Judge listed their newly-renovated Orange County, Calif., mansion last week and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the massive 5-bedroom home has already been sold for $1.8 million! Click through 9 never-seen-before photos supplied by Veranda Realty as a close friend of The Real Housewives of Orange County couple reveals the chilling REAL reason that the Judge’s abandoned ship on their new abode!
Tamra, 51, and Eddie, 45, bought the Mission Viejo, Calif., in December 2017 for $1.6 million, and although the RHOC star has not revealed the big news, Viranda Realty agent Shelley Black announced on her social media the property is “in escrow just three days after being listed!”
After gutting the entire home, the house was sold for their asking prince $1.799 million — which means that they are profiting less than $200,000 from the sale.
The tranquil living room to this massive 4,000 square foot likely provided Eddie much needed comfort during his recovery from several heart operations. However, as Radar reported, the couple seems to be back to their old life after his 6th procedure was deemed a “success!”
But why are the Judge’s really selling the home after just remodeling the entire thing? According to a close friend, the couple were “spooked” by the house and believe it was “haunted!”
“Tamra is convinced that the house is haunted,” the source told Radar. “Since they moved it has been one thing after another.”
“Aside from Eddie’s heart, which started failing when they were moving into the place, after they moved in their beloved dog got cancer,” the source said.
As if that weren’t horrible enough, the pal told Radar, “After the dog got cancer, their guinea pig died. Then Tamra broke her foot on the same exact day that the guinea pig died.”
On last week’s episode of RHOC, a huge fight erupted in Tamra and Eddie’s backyard oasis between Kelly Dodd, 42, and new cast member Emily Simpson.
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