RHONJ's Teresa Giudice relists New Jersey mansion she shared with ex Joe for $2.2M after buying $3M home with fiance

REAL Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice relisted the $2.2M New Jersey mansion she shared with her ex-husband Joe after buying a $3M home with her fiance Luis Ruelas.

Teresa, 49, has been trying to sell her six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion since September 2020.

She initially listed it for $2,499,000 with a price cut to $2,250,000 in January 2021.

The listing was removed and relisted just days later for $2,248,888.

Then in March, the listing was removed and had a pending offer.

But the sale seemingly fell through, as The Sun can exclusively reveal the home has been relisted for $2,248,888 on November 21.

Teresa is still owner of the home, according to property records, and has posted photos in the house recently.


According to the listing, the “contemporary” home sits on 3.7 private acres of land. 

The gourmet chef’s kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a center island, butler’s pantry, white cabinets, granite countertops and marble floors.

The two-story great room has a wood-burning fireplace and hardwood floors, while the first floor also has a wine cellar. 

The entrance has a Cinderella staircase that leads to the second floor. 

The second story is complete with two bedroom suites, two additional bedrooms, an office and a game room. 

The master suite has three walk-in closets and a master bath. 

The landscaped backyard has a covered patio and heated in-ground pool.

The property also includes a three-car attached garage and a two-car detached garage.


Teresa and Joe raised their four daughters, Gia, 20, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 12, in the abode.

They purchased it in 2002 for $530,000 and then renovated it to become their dream home, which was completed in 2008.

Teresa and Joe divorced in 2019 after 20 years of marriage.

Joe is now living in his native Italy after he went to prison alongside Teresa for exaggerating their income, hiding increased assets and failing to file tax returns between 2004 and 2008.

He has since been deported to Italy and now lives in an apartment in Salerno because he never became an American citizen.

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Teresa moved on with Luis Ruelas, who proposed during a trip to Greece in October.

In February 2021, Teresa and Luis bought a $3,350,000 mansion in Montville Township, New Jersey.

The residence is 7,728 square feet with seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, three half-baths on an almost six-acre piece of land.

The first floor houses the kitchen, dining room, living room, office, laundry room, and one bedroom and full bath.

Five more bedrooms, another laundry room and four more bathrooms can be found on the second floor.

The master bathroom features a jacuzzi bathtub, a large standing shower, two sinks and a gorgeous chandelier.

The basement of Teresa's new place is finished and features the final bed and bathroom, as well as an exercise room, and rec room.

An extravagant movie theater, is complete with rows of red leather armchair seating with cup holders, velvet curtains adorning the screen, a large concession stand with a popcorn maker, and film decals and movie posters on the walls.

There are four fireplaces throughout the manor – in the family room, living room, recreational room, and the first bedroom.

A stunning pool with an underground slide and a side cabana sit in the home’s backyard, with a waterfall cascading over a rock wall into the water.

In October, the couple finally moved into the mansion.

The businessman shared videos from their big day, as his fiancee said goodbye to the family home she shared with her ex Joe and hello to her new home with Luis.

“It’s a beautiful day,” one of the videos were captioned, as the mansion’s sprawling green, manicured front lawn came into view.

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