Inside Garcelle Beauvais' New San Fernando Valley Home

Garcelle Beauvais might be a co-host on "The Real" and the first Black housewife on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," but she will never forget where she came from. She was born in Haiti and discussed what it was like to leave behind everything she knew for a new life in the United States, as she reveaked in a June 2021 interview with 21 Ninety. "I was seven years old. I didn't speak a word of English. We moved to Massachusetts in the dead of winter. I didn't know what was happening," she said. The family eventually moved to Miami and Garcelle learned English from shows like "Sesame Street," according to TVOvermind.

Garcelle put in the work and moved to New York City where she walked the runway for Ford Models, per ScreenRant. She eventually landed a role in Eddie Murphy's "Coming to America," cementing herself as an entertainer. Garcelle's work ethic clearly paid off, as her net worth is estimated around $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

And it looks like she spent her well-deserved riches on a new home. Keep reading to see where she's living now.

Garcelle Beauvais' home will turn you green with envy

It appears Garcelle Beauvais spared no expense when it came to her new home in California's San Fernando Valley, per Bravo.

On her walking tour with the network, fabs can see that Garcelle's new open concept abode seems to suit the reality TV star and she seems obsessed with her farmhouse sink in the kitchen, calling it something she "always wanted." As for her stove, she could barely contain her excitement, calling it "phenomenal." The immediate access to outdoor space is something that sets the home apart. "One of the things that drew me to this house was this open concept of indoor/outdoor," she said. "I don't have a backyard yet, it's so new, but I want to be able to entertain inside, outside," she added. She also touched on her couch before heading upstairs, saying she wanted something that had "clean lines" and was "modern yet cozy that I can cuddle, watch a movie."

The upstairs is equally impressive, complete with a spacious gaming room if her sons chose to have a video game tournament with their friends. She calls her bedroom a "sanctuary" and we would have to agree. It's the epitome of luxe, complete with a Louis Vuitton bedspread. It seems Garcelle is slightly above a Bed Bath & Beyond run!