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It’s no secret that Don’t Be Tardy’s Kim Zolciak-Biermann currently lives in a massive, luxurious home in Atlanta with her husband, Kroy, and six children. Complete with a resort-like backyard that Kim considers “paradise,” an at-home salon that features an entire wall of long, blonde wigs, and a lavish custom game room that is practically a fully-functional arcade, every square foot of the impressive mansion is a sight worth seeing. However, the family hasn’t always lived in such a huge house, and Brielle Biermann offered up a peek at the townhouse they once called home.
In a video shared to her Instagram Story on May 25, Brielle drove by the home she used to live in. “Just cruising around and this is my old townhouse! Awww,” she said.
The sight of her once-home was a walk (well, drive) down memory lane, but Brielle pointed out that one tiny detail on the front of the building had changed. “I don’t know what that door is, but...memories!” she said.
Although the townhouse is much smaller than the mansion where the Biermanns currently reside, it’s still a gorgeous little spot. The two-story brick townhouse has lots of character, and what appears to be a two-car garage.
Earlier this year, Kim stopped to visit another former abode. In a February 15 Instagram post, she shared a look at her childhood home in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
“This is the house I grew up in! I stopped by yesterday to see it,” she captioned the post. “My Parents always kept the house in tip top shape when we lived there. I always knew when I was in that far room to the right (I daydreamed all the time of exactly where I am today) that I would end up on television.”
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