Inside Teresa Giudice's New Home With Her Boyfriend

After more than a decade of heartbreak, feuds, and yes, even some time behind bars, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice deserves to find happiness. Now, it seems like she finally has. The mother of four has a new man and even a new house! 

In 2019, Teresa split from ex-husband Joe Giudice after 20 years of marriage and following his deportation back to Italy. They finalized their divorce in September 2020, per People, but the couple had been living separate lives for over a year. Joe has also found love with an Italian attorney while launching a new cooking showJuicy Joe's Cucina: From Italy to Jersey, per In Touch Weekly.

Back in the Garden State, Teresa has been hitting her stride. The RHONJ OG cast member has purchased a new house with her beau, and seems to be very sex-positive in the Season 11 Bravo trailer. Keep scrolling to find out why Teresa and her boyfriend decided to get into real estate together, and what their Montville, New Jersey home has to offer!

Teresa Giudice purchased a $3.35 million home with her boyfriend

RHONJ star Teresa Giudice has a new mansion to call home. According to the Daily Mail, Teresa and her businessman boyfriend, Luis "Louie" Ruelas, purchased a $3.35 million estate in Montville, New Jersey. The property has seven bedrooms across more than 7,700-square feet — sounds like quite a bang for their buck. While Teresa and Ruelas publicly call the home a "business venture," she did put her family home on the market in September 2020, shortly following her divorce from ex Joe Giudice, per

Teresa's stone-laden mansion "boasts a six-car garage, a personal gym, movie theatre, and library across six sprawling acres of land," per the Daily Mail. The backyard features a custom pool and a hot tub. Ruelas is rumored to be the source of capital for the property, with Teresa acting as property manager, per TMZ. As the co-founder of the marketing company Digital Media Solutions, Ruelas no doubt had enough money to do so. It seems like these lovebirds found a beautiful nest to call home!