Sutton Stracke is saying goodbye to her incredible Bel-Air mansion. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie has put her home on the market for $8.95 million. According to the listing, the 6,627-square-foot home, built in 1936, boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and sits on almost an acre of land.
Sutton also recently spoke to BravoTV.com about putting her personal touch on the abode's décor. "I love mixing modern and antiques. That’s just something that I enjoy," she said. "I like the look of it. It’s not for everybody, but for me, I love it."
Scroll down for photos of the home and watch the video above to see Sutton describe the special memories she's had in each unique room.
The entryway to the home features an elegant curved staircase leading upstairs.
"This room is the heart of the house to me," Sutton said in the video above. "We love to just sit here and have cocktails and listen to the piano."
She added: "I have local artists from Augusta that are on the wall and stuff so it reminds me of home and it kind of looks a little southern to me."
According to the listing, the living room features original crown moldings and other custom details.
"We do big dinners here, like Christmas and Thanksgiving," Sutton said of the room in the video above. "This table is from New Orleans from the 1800s... I truly think that this wood speaks to me and brings out my southern vibes."
In addition to the stunning table, Sutton is extremely fond of the eye-catching wall paper. "I’m obsessed with it," she told BravoTV.com exclusively. "It’s hand-painted silk wallpaper with silk embroidery on it."
"I think like most homes all over the world, this is where we are the most," Sutton said in the video, noting that her kids do their homework at the white table just steps away from the island.
When her family is together in the room, "the TV can be going on and we can sit, run the fire," she explained in the video.
"This room is my quiet place," Sutton said in the video of her master bedroom, seen above. As seen below, another bedroom in the home also features wood flooring and neutral accents.
"It's where we decompress on the weekends," Sutton said of her luxe pool area surrounded by lush greenery.
Sutton has not only one, but two closets filled with designer duds. Check out a full tour of her closet spaces here.
The movie-watching space strikes the perfect balance of cozy and elegant furniture and décor.
As Sutton described on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the exercise space is "in the basement" of the home.
-Reporting by Jocelyn Vena
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