Tamra Judge and Eddie Judge moved into a gorgeous new Orange County home at the beginning of the year ... and less than nine months later the couple has put it back on the market for $1.799 million. The Real Housewives of Orange County couple have been vocal about their spate of bad luck since arriving in January.
"Since we moved in, it's just been one thing after another," she told Most Wanted earlier this year. "We moved in under construction, which was stressful. Then, our dog got cancer. Then, our guinea pig died. Then, I broke my foot the same day the guinea pig died. Eddie also underwent the first of many heart procedures as soon as they moved into the home.
"[I loved] the backyard and when we bought the house Eddie goes, 'I don't have a good feeling about this house.' He told me that," she recalled. "And I'm like 'Really?' He's like, 'I don't have a good feeling.' And he's like, 'If you want it. I go, 'The backyard's beautiful.' .. we got the house and red[id] it and in the process, water leaks happen. The day before he went into the hospital, he tried to put the TV on the wall and hit a fire sprinkler and flooded the whole house after we had just done a lot of construction. So it's just been one thing after another. I don't think the house likes us. The house is going on the market... It's a beautiful house. I think the house doesn't like us. Not a good fit, so we might be moving."
Turns out, she was serious about that move. They're going to be leaving behind a gorgeous abode, let's pull back the curtains a bit, shall we?
The kitchen is what's going to sell this house, hands down. You can't see it, but there's freaking quartz in there. Have you seen a more inviting space for cooking and entertaining?
Curb Appeal 2.0
Here's the front of this gorgeous 4,000-square-foot home, which has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Tamra and Eddie's living room looks elegant without having a shoes-off, don't-touch feel to it.
Right off the kitchen, this open-concept family room includes myriad built-ins.
Office with a View
Open the doors and suddenly your doing your work al fresco.
Love walk-in closets that are practically the size of a studio apartment? This is the master bedroom you need.
This Is Outdoor Living
With a pool, spa and outdoor bar and dining areas, there won't ever be too much reason to go inside.
See more photos in Tamra's recent Instagram post.
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