Inside 'RHOC' Star Tamra Judge's $2M Coto De Caza Mansion — See The Pics!
After Tamra Judge and husband Eddie left their "jinxed" $1.8 million home in October 2018, the couple made the move to a newer, more luxurious mansion in the exclusive Coto de Caza community. The Real Housewives of Orange County stars moved out just two months after renovating the house.
The Coto de Caza development is a gated community where Tamra, 51, bought her new mansion for $2.095 million.
“It’s very traditional with all the white moldings and I love the high ceiling in the entryway,” the reality star explained during a tour with Home & Design.
The mother of four added, “It’s a good contrast with the dark floors—I tried so hard to get rid of the dark floors in my last house and now? Well I kind of love them.”
Tamra explained during the walk-through that the house is "still a work in progress."
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The Cut Fitness founder also spoke of the extensive property. “They say ‘location, location, location’ and I definitely have the location,” she said.
“Backed up to this wilderness park, all I hear are the birds, just listen! And just look at the view, that’s all you need," she continued.
The six-bedroom, four-bathroom home has "virtually no neighbors" and has two islands in the kitchen.
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