Erika Girardi and Estranged Husband Tom Drop Price of Mansion to $8.9 Million After 4 Months
The couple first listed the home back in May for $13 million amid their divorce
Erika Girardi and her estranged husband Tom first listed their Pasadena, California, mansion for $13 million in May amid their divorce and a slew of legal troubles. Now, after several price cuts, the home is on the market for $8.9 million.
The historic 10,277 square-foot estate — which is listed with Ted Clark and Heather Lillard at Compass — is situated between the Arroyo Seco and Annandale Golf Club with an overlook of the historic Colorado Street Bridge.
Property records show that the first price cut happened in late June, when the price dropped from $13 million to $11.5 million, before being taken off the market a few days later. It was relisted for $9.98 million in late July — the last price before this most recent cut.
The stunning home, built in 1928, boasts four bedroom and nine bathrooms, a library, a chapel, and a guest suite with its own private entrance. The property also includes a pool, pavilion, multiple patios and a rose garden.
The listing promises "old world opulence" throughout the home as well as "the rare opportunity to own a true piece of Pasadena history."
PEOPLE reported in January that Erika has been living in another Los Angeles residence valued at $1.5 million since filing for divorce from Tom in November.
"Erika has been living in the house for a while. She's made it her own space and loves it," a source said at the time. "She's doing well and is happy."
According to legal documents obtained by PEOPLE, the star's new residence is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, indicating that she significantly downsized.
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Multiple lawsuits have been filed against Tom in the months since Erika filed for divorce.
In March, Tom was diagnosed with dementia and late-onset Alzheimer's disease and, according to a capacity declaration obtained by PEOPLE, is medically unfit to attend any court proceedings "for the foreseeable future."
In June, Tom — an attorney known for his work on the case that inspired the movie Erin Brockovich — was placed under a permanent conservatorship amid his diagnosis. Thus far, what Erika knew about her husband's alleged illegal business dealings remains unclear.
Also in June, an ABC News Originals documentary, The Housewife and the Hustler, took an in-depth look at Tom and Erika's legal issues.