Atlanta home where Bobbi Kristina Brown overdosed sells after bidding war

Home relisted after dark past scared off buyers

Bobbi Kristina Brown and the Atlanta home (Getty,
Bobbi Kristina Brown and the Atlanta home (Getty,

For more than a year, potential buyers wouldn’t touch the Atlanta townhouse where the 22-year-old daughter of the late Whitney Houston was found unconscious from a drug overdose, and later died.

Pulled from the market in 2020, five years after the home where Bobbi Kristina Brown was discovered in a bathtub, it was relisted in November and sold after a bidding war for $715,000 – well above its original $599,000 price tag, according to the New York Post, which cited TMZ.



Brown was found by her boyfriend Nick Gordon face down and unresponsive in a bathtub. The young singer and television personality was placed in a medically induced coma for almost seven months before dying from what was ruled “immersion associated with drug intoxication.”

Her mother met a similar fate. She had died three years earlier after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Gordon, found liable for Brown’s death in a civil case and ordered to pay $36 million to her estate, died of a heroin overdose in 2020.

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Despite its dark past, the home where she died had a good location and luxury features that buyers couldn’t overlook, real estate agents said. Located in a gated community, the 2,600 square-foot townhouse has a gas fireplace in the master bedroom, two guest suites with private baths, elevator, gourmet kitchen and a two-car garage.

It has access to private basketball courts, a swimming pool, gym, walking trails and green along the city’s Chattahoochee River.

An older couple who were downsizing were the buyers, according to TMZ.

[New York Post] – Dana Bartholomew

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