‘Housewife’ Staub gone — but not forgotten — at so-called neglected NJ house

TRD New York /
Oct.October 29, 2010 12:00 PM

Danielle Staub and her Franklin Lakes home

Danielle Staub, the divisive former cast member from the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” has taken an unorthodox approach to blocking her home from a court-ordered sale, according to the Examiner. Staub moved out of her Wayne Township home Sept. 8, following a judge’s order that she sell the property and split the proceeds with her ex-husband, but has refused to hand over the keys to the mansion to a court-appointed real estate agent. Bob Lindsay, an agent from Coldwell Banker in charge of selling the 6,000-square-foot house, said that Staub left the home in terrible condition, to boot. “[I’ve] had neighbors call irate, as anyone would be, to have a house that’s neglected like this,” Lindsay said. Although the home’s asking price was not immediately clear, the property is expected to sell for roughly $1.1 million, sources say. The mansion was briefly on the market last year, with a $1.5 million asking price. [Examiner]

 

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