This Coto de Caza, CA, home is a place where wine has been thrown and insults have been hurled through the sun-kissed air.
Yes, the residence of Vicki Gunvalson, the original member of the “Real Housewives of Orange County” who started the whole phenom, is now on the market for $3,350,000.
Located behind gates, the five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 5,456-square-foot home was built in 1995 and has been updated throughout.
However, fans know that the true highlight of the property is the backyard. Outside, you’ll find a massive pool, waterfall, rock water slide, kitchen, and outdoor entertaining area that any Bravo aficionado will recognize.
Back inside, the home’s interiors are fancy and also offer their fair share of drama, thanks to high ceilings, crown moldings, and custom paint. The home’s formal living and dining rooms look like ideal spots for any sort of on-camera confessional.
The enormous, light-filled kitchen is where Vicki has whipped up meals for her family and her beau. The master suite features a separate sitting area with fireplace and glam bathroom.
The home sits on a full acre and offers views of the surrounding hills from the backyard and upstairs balcony.
Vicki is still living in the place, waiting for it to sell. The office, featuring a light ring and “star” to stand on, are hints that she’s still in residence. She also recently made a video showing her getting everything organized for the move, and naturally, plugging two companies along the way.
“If my house ever sells, they’re gonna pack it and unpack it,” Gunvalson says, showing off the home’s meticulously organized pantry.
Here’s a video tour of the home she posted on Aug. 13.
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If you’re ready to whoop it up like Vicki in this “Real Housewives”-approved abode, be prepared to fork over a few million bucks.
Gunvalson, 58, was an integral part of the success of the Orange County franchise and appeared on the show for 14 seasons, dating back to the show’s premiere in 2006. In January, she announced her departure from the popular reality show.
She recently purchased a condo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, toured another beach property in June, and said that it’s “Time for a change.” Now she’s ready to follow through with the sale of her O.C. home base.