Bobbi Kristina Brown's Georgia Home Up for Sale 5 Months After Her Death

Brown's home is on the market for nearly $470,000

Photo: The Consor Group/ Keller Williams Realty

The Georgia home where Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unconscious is now on the market, PEOPLE confirms according to real estate listings.

The house, located about 30 minutes from Atlanta in Alpharetta, Georgia, was listed two weeks ago and is currently on the market for almost $470,000.

Reps for the family did not comment on the sale.

Brown’s former condo is described on Keller Williams‘ website as a “Craftsman-European style townhome w/open floor plan, great room, gourmet kitchen, coffered ceilings & built-ins w/attention to detail.”

The home boasts three bedrooms and bathrooms, with an additional half bath. The master bathroom features a double vanity, vaulted ceilings and a whirlpool tub – where Whitney Houston‘s daughter was discovered unresponsive last January.

Emergency officials arrived at the home in time to perform CPR and revive Brown before rushing her to North Fulton Hospital. She spent months in the hospital, a rehabilitation center and hospice care until she died in late July at age 22.

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“Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July 26, 2015, surrounded by her family,” the Houstons said in a statement from their rep at the time. “She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months.”

The family is currently embroiled in a public legal battle with Brown’s boyfriend Nick Gordon over her death. While Gordon has repeatedly denied allegations he physically abused Brown, the late star’s family filed a complaint over the summer accusing him of “wrongful death.”

A motion filed by Gordon asking the court to stop the lawsuit was met an October legal filing from Brown’s court-appointed conservator, Bedelia Hargrove, alleging that Brown died due to a “injection of toxic mixture” by Gordon.

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