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Teresa Giudice Finds Buyer For Her $2.2 New Jersey Mansion!

Teresa Giudice has finally found a buyer for her longtime $2.2 million Montville, New Jersey, mansion, reports the New York Post.

The site claims that an offer was made Monday, and the house is currently under contract. However, a source told the publication that it could take a couple of months before the deal on the property closes.

The property was on and off the market for the past year with no offers. In January, the Bravo reality star was forced to slash the price of her longtime mansion from $2.5 million to just under $2.25 million, hoping to entice a buyer. 

She also brought in interior designer Jimmy DeLaurentis to completely change up the home’s decor.

The six-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom mansion spans 10,000 square feet and sits on 3.7 acres in northern NJ, according to the listing via

The Montville Township, NJ home includes a turret-like entryway and a Juliet balcony. The inside of the front door has sculpted wings as handles, opening onto a black marble floor and a two-story foyer with a Cinderella staircase, a grand chandelier, and vaulted ceilings, listing photos show.

The stone and stucco house has a formal dining room with a hand-carved fireplace, a two-story great room with a wood-burning fireplace, a wine cellar, and an office. Classic Italian touches are prevalent throughout the house — for instance, one bathroom is inscribed “bagno,” which means “bathroom” in Italian, the outlet previously reported.

The owner’s suite has high vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, a dressing area, three walk-in closets, and an opulent bathroom with onyx tiles and Greek pillars, according to

Giudice’s kitchen is decked out with stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry. It has marble countertops, detailed crown molding, white cabinetry, a wine cooler, a farmhouse sink and dual stovetops and ovens. Attached is a second dining room with spiral pillars against the windows.

The yard has a covered patio, a newly added heated pool and a terraced landscape, according to a previous report by

The selling of the home comes as Teresa moves on after she and Joe Giudice, divorced after twenty years of marriage. The former couple bought the property for $530,000 in 2002 and custom-built the house, which was completed in 2008. 

Teresa renovated the home in July 2020, tossing her ex’s dark decor preferences, which included heavy drapes, dark colors, and old-fashioned furniture, according to E! News.


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