‘RHONJ’ Teresa Giudice Sells Garden State Mansion for $2 Million
People make fun of Jersey girls, but we think they’re just jealous, especially ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice. She eventually sold her sprawling home in Towaco, NJ.
As The Post exclusively reported last month, the palace of Giudice, 49, in Monville, New Jersey, received a price cut after a deal fell through. First listed in September 2020 for $2.5 million, the price dropped to $2.24 million in January 2021 before another price drop in January 2022. It was last asking only 1, $99 million.
The property at 6 Indian Lane closed today. Michelle Pais, founder of Signature Realty NJ and CEO of Michelle Pais Group, managed the transaction.
Pais tells the Post that Giudice accepted a cash offer at the full asking price for the ornate six-bedroom stone and stucco mansion.
It would not reveal the identity of the buyers.
“The Giudice residence is a unique home, and it took massive market exposure to find the right buyer,” Pais said. “Buyers are in love with her home and can’t wait to move in – in particular, the ornate finishes with impeccable detail, an extravagant lobby with a high ceiling, black marble floor and Cinderella staircase, and the privacy is what who sold the buyers.”
The abode includes a dining room with a breathtaking chandelier, a gas fireplace, a private balcony and a jacuzzi in the master bathroom surrounded by onyx tiles and a sitting area complete the offer.
Pais says he said to the new owners: “Congratulations! Now you have a great home and, to top it off, a great conversation starter! »
And the cocktail chatter they have. Giudice has been eager to sell the house as part of her recovery from her divorce from ex-husband Joe Giudice, 49which was finalized in 2020.
“It’s hard for me to sell the house,” she revealed on camera in a confessional on the final season of “RHONJ.” “[My ex-husband] and I built the house together; we raised our four daughters in this house.
Indeed, the 9,000 square foot property was quite the fairy tale property to call home which, in addition to the remarkable features mentioned above, boasted a total of 16 large bedrooms, as well as a chef’s kitchen, swimming pool, private wine cellar and more.
“I am ready for a new beginning,” she added in this confessional. “I’m looking for a fresh start.”
Luckily for the brunette diva, it looks like she found that in the form of a $3.35million home in Montville that she bought in 2021 with her now-fiancé Luis Ruelas, 46, nicknamed Clarence Manor.
Its new digs live up to the grandeur of 6 Indian Lane with seven bedrooms, four fireplaces, a home theater, a saltwater pool and plenty of trappings of Jersey girl-level luxury, cutting-edge floating stairs the breath to six “quiet” acres, just waiting for drama to pounce.