Weeks after Gregg sadly passed away following a years-long battle with Stage 3 colon cancer, the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum has listed their five-bedroom, six-bathroom, Mediterranean-style home in Duluth, Georgia, for $4 million.
In the listing for the home, which is located on a golf course lot in the Sugarloaf Country Club community, it is noted that Nene’s home boasts 9,791 square feet and gives off “West Coast vibes.”
Inside the grand area is plenty of natural light. And, throughout the home, stunning designer chandeliers and other light fixtures can be found.
A gourmet kitchen features 10-foot cabinets as stunning marble is featured as both a countertop and a backsplash.
There are not one, but two over-the-top chandeliers in the dining room.
More chandeliers can be found in the master bedroom, perfectly hung in the space tray ceiling.
In the master bathroom, a free standing tub is situated beneath and large window.
Described as the “main attraction” of the master suite is the home’s large, walk-in closet, which boasts glass door built-ins, cases for jewelry, shelves for shoes, and, of course, another chandelier.
In addition to the master bedroom, the home features four smaller bedrooms.
Downstairs is a completely finished basement with an entertainment bar, VIP-seating, wine storage, a beauty salon, and a game room.
There’s also a theater room with Swarovski Crystals inlay throughout the ceiling.
As if there weren’t enough to do inside, there’s plenty to do outside in this home’s backyard oasis.
The outdoor space was created to provide a resort feel with a walk-out pool and waterfall feature.
Since Gregg’s passing was confirmed last month, a number of Bravolebrities, both past and present, have rallied around Nene with support.
“I am heartbroken over the passing of Gregg Leakes, a wonderful man. I jokingly called him ‘Pastor Leakes’ but in truth he was a strong voice of reason [and] commanded great respect among the entire [RHOA] team. I am sending love and strength to [Nene Leakes and] the entire Leakes family,” Andy Cohen wrote on Twitter.
“My prayers go out to [Nene Leakes and] her family. [Gregg Leakes] was an amazing man who always brought love & great energy to any room he walked into. I’m thankful for the great memories I have of him. Rest in peace Gregg,” added Kandi Burruss.
Nene Leakes appeared on The Real Housewives of Atlanta in a full-time role from seasons one to seven and from seasons 10 to 12.
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