RHOC's Tamra Judge Taunts Critics Speculating Why She's Selling $1.8M Home She Just Renovated
The reality star took to Instagram to announce the sale of her 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom mansion in Ladera Ranch, which is listed for $1.799 million.
Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge just listed her California home—less than a year after she finished a major renovation.
"Yes, This is happening," Judge writes. "After a very emotional year we have decided to make a change. I love the process of remodeling & decorating and enjoyed ever step of the way. I can't wait for you you to see what's next. We are very excited about the next chapter of our life…. stay tuned #godisgood."
She also addressed others' theories as to why she has listed her home.
"I love the 'speculations' of why we are moving. Keep them coming so you can feel like a real a– when you find out," Judge wrote, followed by the skull emoji.
Judge and her husband, Eddie, purchased the 4000-square-foot home in December 2017, and in April 2018, they showed off their newly renovated abode in an exclusive video tour.
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In March, Judge began dropping hints about her new kitchen, but unveiled the entire renovation in the clip. It features a redesigned open-concept floor plan with white cabinetry. The island is attached to a built-in breakfast table with booth-style seating, a concept inspired by her RHOC co-star and friend Meghan King Edmonds.
One of her favorite parts of the home is the sprawling back yard, which features a pool, a jacuzzi, a patio with ample seating space, and a covered outdoor kitchen and bar with a TV.
"We often joke that we bought a backyard and a house came with it," Judge said as she showed off their resort-style outdoor space.
"If you want to come to a pool party," she added, "you know where to go!"
At the time, Judge said most of her mansion was completed, but she was still looking forward to giving the home a few cosmetic updates, like a gut renovation in the master bathroom and a redesign of the main staircase, but now those tasks will fall to the new buyer, as Judge and her family move on.