The couple first listed the sprawling mansion for sale in February 2014

By Lindsay Kimble
October 26, 2015 10:45 AM
Courtesy Yolanda Foster

The moving trucks have come and gone, and the Foster family’s magnificent floor-to-ceiling refrigerator sits sadly empty.

Reality star Yolanda Foster and husband David Foster have officially moved out of their sprawling Malibu, California, mansion.

“Beautiful ending to a beautiful chapter of our life,” Yolanda wrote on Instagram Sunday, alongside of a photo of her and David by the home’s pool. “Colorful memories of Love, Life and Family will live within our hearts forever…… #SaluteToMalibuMagic #ByeByeHomeSweetHome #OverAndOut.”

The couple first listed the 11,600-square-foot, European villa-style house for $27.5 million in February 2014. The stunning mansion has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, ocean views, an infinity pool and the aforementioned custom walk-in fridge.

Yolanda and David Foster's Malibu home
Courtesy Trulia

The decision to sell the house came amid Yolanda’s ongoing battle with Lyme disease, with which she was first diagnosed in 2012.

“This is our dream home, but due to my battle with Lyme disease for the past two years I just don’t have the strength to run this almost five-acre property anymore and should really focus on my recovery with as little stress as possible,” Yolanda told Bravo last year.

The pair also wanted to downsize as their nest grew increasingly empty – first daughter Gigi Hadid moved out, then Bella Hadid followed suit, leaving Yolanda and David with only her son Anwar.

The home is a TV star in its own right: The sprawling 2009-build was often featured during Yolanda’s time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

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