“Real Housewife” lists $4M NJ home

TRD New York /
Jun.June 10, 2010 02:00 PM
Teresa Giudice is selling her Towaco mansion

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have put their 10,000-square-foot, six-bedroom Towaco, NJ mansion on the market, with an asking price of just under $4 million, Real Estalker reported. The couple filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in October 2009, claiming almost $11M in outstanding debt and only $79,000 a year in taxable income, which has been reported by the tabloids. According to their bankruptcy filing, the Giudices racked up $104,000 in credit card debt, $12,000 for fertility treatments and another $2,300 in phone bills. They also have eight mortgages on three properties that total $2.6 million. Listing information shows that the 3.77-acre, 16-room, five-and-a-half bath house has a master suite with a fireplace, a separate sitting room, dressing room, walk-in closet and steam shower. Other
amenities include a train station-sized entrance hall, game room, wine room, media room, a gourmet eat-in kitchen and a separate suite for guests or staff. [Real Estalker]

 

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