Jennifer Aydin Shows the "Savage" Pool Where Danielle Staub's Fiancé Took a Spill

Jennifer Aydin Shows the "Savage" Pool Where Danielle Staub's Fiancé Took a Spill

You remember the pool that played a pivotal role in one of RHONJ's most epic squabbles!

By Patricia Cunningham

The Real Housewives of New Jersey fans are all familiar with how big Jennifer Aydin’s house is — there's that football field-sized living/dining space, the indoor basketball court, and, oh yeah, 16 bathrooms! But have you seen her pool? Well, of course, we all saw it during the season finale. 

You remember, right? That little incident when Margaret Josephs and Joe Benigno threw Danielle Staub's fiancé Marty Caffrey into Jennifer's pool? We weren't going to let you forget that one. (Click on the video above to see it all over again!)

But given that happened at night, we couldn't see the full scope of Jennifer's gorgeous backyard. Yesterday she gave us a glimpse of it in her Instagram Stories, which featured a sweeping video of her backyard filmed by her pool contractor. And, well, in regards to size, let’s just say it conforms to Jennifer’s “bigger is better” style. 

Jennifer Aydin

At 1,300 square feet in size, the massive pool and outdoor patio area would not be out of place in a mid-sized resort. The pool itself is bigger than most New York City apartments! We especially love the escalating rock formation, curving water slide, and soothing waterfall. And, of course, there is an adjoining pool house that conveniently houses — you guessed it—another bathroom! You can never say Jennifer doesn't have her loo needs covered, indoor or out. 

Jennifer Aydin Pool 2

With an adjoining fire pit and outdoor kitchen, Jennifer brings "outdoor living" in New Jersey to another level. Let's just hope this summer she can avoid any other adults being pushed into her humongous pool! Catch up on RHONJ here!

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