Have you ever dreamed of living in your own Gothic mansion — one equipped with a secret burlesque room and a church confessional? Well, now’s your chance! Former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Carlton Gebbia’s house is on the market, and it just got one whopper of a price chop. You may remember Carlton from Season 4 of RHOBH, she was the gorgeous mom of three with a posh British accent ... and who may have practiced a bit of Wiccan arts in her spare time.
She and her husband have sadly split up, so the house, which Carlton designed from the ground up, is on the market. It was originally listed for $22 million but was just reduced to $19.9 million — a total steal, right? So what does a cool just-under 20 mil get you?
A Beverly Hills Mansion
The 15,000 square foot home set on a lush 75,000-square-foot lot in Beverly Hills is a medieval marvel boasting four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
What an Entry
The centerpiece of the home is the majestic Great Room dominated by a colossal Gothic fireplace, monumental chandelier, Juliet balconies and stunning curved staircase featuring a wrought iron railing equipped with crosses.
A Luxurious Kitchen
The chef’s kitchen features arched windows and perhaps an entire quarry of limestone. It goes well with the killer views.
A Cozy Screening Room
In addition to a king-size family room, there is a cushy home theater for kicking back — Game of Thrones, anyone?
The Sprawling Master Suite
The massive master bedroom has vaulted ceiling and is flooded with SoCal light.
The Party Room
The custom bar room with an intricately carved coffered ceiling is a thing to behold, and ready for one wild party.
But let’s talk about that legendary “burlesque room.” An homage to nightclubs of yore, viewers will remember the stripper pole where Carlton displayed her skills.
To see more of Carlton’s unconventional home check out her Bravo house tour here.
Photos: The MLS
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