Inside Teresa Giudice's Massive Home

Once the news broke that housewives may just be as messy as basketball wives or hip-hop stars, reality TV cameras zeroed in on some of the wealthiest upper-middle-class families in the States with the Real Housewives franchise. Apparently, when it comes to messy drama, there are plenty of stories to be told about the suburbs of New Jersey — and thus, the Real Housewives of New Jersey was born in 2009. 

One of the show's OG cast members, Teresa Guidice, is constantly a topic of conversation and tends to be in the middle of her own drama, especially in her marriage. People confirmed in September 2020 that the reality star and her ex Joe Guidice finalized their divorce after 20 years of marriage. A source said, "Joe and Teresa are in an amazing place and are very supportive of one another. They still have love for each other, they just aren't in love with each other."

With her marriage officially over, Teresa has also listed the family's Towaco, New Jersey mansion for sale. So what will the next owners potentially get in the gigantic home? Keep scrolling to see details. 

Teresa Guidice gave her mansion a 'make-under'

According to People, Teresa Guidice may have known she was going to sell the house as early as May 2020. She said she was giving "the great room of her ornate mansion a serious make-under," which could have been a sign of prepping the home for potential buyers instead of a fun redecorating project. 

Per a press release obtained by People, the 10,000-square-foot home comes equipped with six bedrooms, five bathrooms, "a 'gourmet kitchen' with a granite island and butler's pantry, a 'banquet-sized formal dining room,' a wine cellar, a billiards room, and maids quarters," all sitting on four acres of land. Per Page Six, the property is listed at $2.5 million. 

People also noted the reality star worked with interior designer and luxury furniture maker Jimmy DeLaurentis to fully reconfigure the room's layout, "centering two curved sofas under Teresa's existing chandelier, and adding circular ottomans and square glass coffee tables." The rug in the room was also removed to reveal the tile floor underneath, which gave the space a sleeker look and feel. As of this writing, the home is still up for sale, but we're sure a buyer is right around the corner.