Nearly one month after Nene Leakes’ late husband, Gregg Leakes, passed away, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has listed their marital Georgia home.
This is considered the first home they purchased together back in 2015 after the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum, 53, was slammed for renting several properties prior and an eviction in 2008.
Located in Duluth — an hour outside of Atlanta — the reality star is pricing the home at $4 million, nearly double what she paid for it five years ago.
When she purchased the estate, it was still under construction. The home has since been renovated and completed.
Made up of five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, the home spans almost 10,000 square feet and is situated on a nearly acre lot.
The Mediterranean-style abode is set on a golf course lot with resort-style features. According to the listing, the main level has a walk-out pool with waterfall features accompanied by a full wraparound covered patio.
The gourmet kitchen features 10-foot tall cabinetry, Viking appliances, marble countertops, an oversized island, and comes with a full second chef’s kitchen.
The primary suite is complete with a free-standing tub, his/her double vanity and an expansive walk-in closet.
Amenities include a remodeled basement with an entertainment bar, custom wall seating for guests, wine storage, movie theater, game room and a beauty salon.
“The last five days before his passing [were] really beautiful,” Nene told People. “All of his children were there. His best friends were there. Our closest friends were there. We all sat with him around the clock.”
In the interview, Nene revealed the last words that her husband said. “‘I’m not going to leave you. God is going to bless you,’” she recalled. “He said he wanted me to move on with my life.”
It appears she is taking that first step.
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