Carlton Gebbia separated from her husband David Gebbia in 2015, but The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum continued to live with David in their 75,000 square foot Beverly Hills estate in order to maintain the welfare of their children Destiny, Mysteri and Cross. David filed for divorce in November 2017 and the two appear to have changed their plans; they've decided to stop living together and have listed the estate for $22 million. (Take a tour of the home, above.)
If you're in the market for a goth's ultimate dream castle, look no further. Carlton designed the four bedroom, seven bathroom home, which was built by David's construction company Gebbia Custom Estates and was seen during Carlton's brief reign on RHOBH. An avowed Wiccan, Carlton designed her home with plenty of cross carvings, wooden gargoyles and even a cross-shaped pool. Bravo's tour of the home revealed unique touches including gold-rubbed ceilings, an altar and a confessional. Her Gothic bed is truly over the top. And don't forget the red-hued burlesque room, which comes complete with a stripper pole. We mean, even Rihanna has made a cameo at the home.
According to Daily Mail, David has said that the mansion was inspired by the couple's travels in Venice and Paris as well as checking out contemporary homes near them: "At the time, we visited every high-end home in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles and we wanted to bring the best of both worlds from Renaissance Europe and the castles of Versailles, and incorporate the California lifestyle of indoor outdoor living."
Carlton Tweeted about the listing and sounded a bit wistful: "Ten years of designing n building houses w my wonderful brother in law ... this was, at the time my last my love my everything... time to get back in the game again. New beginnings but this house will always b mine."
As it turns out, another Real Housewives alum used to hang out at the estate for special events.
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