Whitney Houston’s mansion, and the place where, according to the real estate ad, she “married, lived, and loved,” is on the market with an asking price of $1.75 million. Located in Mendham Township, New Jersey, the 12,561-square-foot manor is now being shown to potential buyers with proof of at least $1.75 in liquid assets or loan pre-approvals.
Much like its previous owner, there is nothing ordinary about this contemporary-style home. A must-see for car collectors, Houston’s mansion boasts a four-car garage as well as motor court parking with room for 15 more vehicles. Potential homeowners will appreciate the secluded location as well as the luxurious amenities. Set on a serene, gated five-acre lot, the home offers five bedrooms and five bathrooms, ideal for families and other celebrities. The mansion also features beautiful tile floors, plenty of large windows, and unique curved walls. And don’t forget the outdoors! The home also features a swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
While the home boasts beautiful architecture and luxurious amenities, the real estate ad is being scrutinized by the media for trying to sell the home in light of the singer’s death. After all, the mansion was the place where Houston endured her drug addictions and an abusive marriage to Bobby Brown. It was also the set for the 2005 TV show “Being Bobby Brown,” which featured the couple. According to the real estate ad, the home offers potential buyers more than a property, but the “Incredible star studded history.”
Whitney Houston died earlier this month at age 48. She was found in a Beverly Hills hotel room submerged in a bathtub. She was a talented singer, actress and producer known as one of the world’s best-selling music artists. She has received two Emmy Awards, six Grammy’s, 33 American Music Awards, and 30 Billboard Music Awards.