The lawyer listed her home last summer for $1.5 million, following reports that she had been ousted from the long-running Bravo show. The outspoken 44-year-old had apparently been spreading malicious rumors about her castmates.
Setting aside rumors and sticking to the facts: Her home took a while to sell. After a few months on the market, Parks lowered the price to $1.2 million in November. Then, this spring, she dropped the price again, to $1.1 million. Now a smart buyer has snagged a serious discount on the home’s initial list price.
The self-described “Southern belle” still might eke out a tiny profit. She purchased the French provincial mansion in 2013 for $845,000, according to property records.
And we’ll leave the shade-throwing to the experienced ladies of the ATL. Parks’ now-former house gets nothing but praise from us.
Along with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 4,453 square feet, the layout includes a grand two-story foyer, a wood-paneled library with fireplace, a family room with French doors to the backyard, a country-style eat-in kitchen, and a two-car garage. The entire spread sits on over half an acre.
The master suite on the main level has private pool access, and there are three more ensuite bedrooms. Outdoors includes a landscaped yard, pool, and loggia, perfect for hanging out with all your frenemies.
Parks appeared on “RHOA” from seasons three through nine. She also owns a second Atlanta area home that’s about twice the size, on 2 acres, which she bought for $1.9 million in 2016, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. If the entrepreneur is worried about her future after “Housewives,” she certainly isn’t showing it. She recently posted on Instagram, “No looking back.”