After Teresa and her Bravo castmates wrapped production on the upcoming 12th season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey in August, fans were given their first look at the latest changes being made to the home, which was named Clarence Manor and modeled after the Thomas Kinkade’s “Beyond Summer Gate” painting.
In a series of video posts shared to Vince the Builder’s Instagram Story, the entryway and foyer of the palatial pad are seen with black trim work and a stunning chandelier.
Teresa and Luis, who went public with their relationship in November 2020, just two months after Teresa’s divorce from ex-husband Joe Giudice was finalized, have not yet confirmed whether or not they are living in the space, which is located just three doors down from the $2.5 million home that Melissa Gorga and Joe Gorga sold in December 2020.
Outside of the home, which boasts a theater, gym, six-car garage, and backyard oasis, several work trucks are seen.
Teresa and her daughters were living at the home in Montville she once shared with Joe, which initially hit the market in September 2020 for $2.5 million before ultimately selling in March of this year for $2.25 million, prior to the purchase of her and Luis’ home. And, during a Watch What Happens Live appearance in April, Teresa confirmed to host Andy Cohen that she and Luis were not yet shacking up.
“[There’s] no talks about that yet,” she said at the time.
Andy also questioned Teresa about whether or not she was “nervous” about combining finances with Luis so early in their relationship.
“Um, no — not at all,” she responded. “It’s an investment property, so we’ll see where it goes from there.”
The Real Housewives of New Jersey season 12 is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime later this year or early next year.