Update: Three months after listing her Franklin Lakes, New Jersey home, Jacqueline Laurita has lowered the price once again, this time by another $100,000. The home's new ask is $1.75 million, just a bit more than the $1.72 million Jacqueline and her husband Chris originally paid for the home back in 2002. The couple is reportedly facing foreclosure on the home and they recently relocated to Nevada.
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Jacqueline Laurita is offering the chance of a lifetime to live like one of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. The alum has put her beautiful Franklin Lakes home, which she first listed for $2.3 million in 2017, back on the market — this time at a drastically reduced price of $1.95 million (check out a bit of the place in the clip above).
The six-bedroom, six-bathroom Bergen County mansion was built in 2001 and renovated just a few years ago, so it's all ready for a new family to make their own. Could it be you? Let's take a look:
The home sits on 1.75 acres, with limestone walkways and lush lawns in front and in back. There's an impossibly grand two-story foyer when you walk inside, too!
RHONJ viewers used to see Jacqueline whipping up something fabulous in this kitchen, and she still makes impressive-looking Sunday suppers in it, only now the appliances and amenities have been upgraded to include a commercial range, wine fridge, and large walk-in pantry. Maybe Jacqueline can leave you a few recipes in a drawer.
Speaking of recipes, Jacqueline's cavernous, light-filled living room is a recipe for relaxation in and of itself.
Jacqueline's husband, Chris Laurita, turned their basement into an epic game room, which became the scene of many a guys' night with Joe Giudice and other pals in the early years of RHONJ. There's also an office and a wine cellar down here for some business in the front, party in the back action.
1.75 acres offers plenty of space for creating the garden (and fairy garden) of your dreams. Who's in?
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