The new year has been a roller coaster for everyone, and that includes Tamra Judge. First she announced she was leaving The Real Housewives of Orange County series after 12 seasons. Then Tamra revealed that she had also sold her stunning Coto de Caza home for $200,000 more than she had paid just 18 months earlier. Next up: Gut renovating her former home, which had serendipitously been vacated by renters at the exact same time. And then, of course, Tamra had to move… during a pandemic!
“Um, you know what, we moved right in the middle of the quarantine, so we’ve been really busy unpacking and decorating and doing this to the house,” Tamra revealed during an interview with her local KTLA TV station. “But that’s finished as of yesterday, so now I’m like ‘Ah! What am I gonna do?!’ But you know what we have, the kids are here and we’re just spending time with our family like everyone else. Just staying home.”
Now that she’s settled in her new space, Tamra’s also revealing which house is bigger — the former Coto de Caza mansion, or her current digs in Covenant Hills. “Eddie has owned this house for years… it’s 4,000 square feet,” she explained, adding, “Our Coto house was 5,000 square feet.”
Well, there you have it, folks — in addition to everything else, Tamra is also using 2020 to downsize!
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