“Real Housewives” Homes: What Are They Worth?

We've all seen the lavish homes of the "The Real Housewives." Now, find out what they're really worth.

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NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 17: Kim Zolciak and Bethenny Frankel backstage at Brooklyn Academy of Music on September 17, 2009 in New York, New York. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
We've all seen the lavish homes of the "The Real Housewives." Now, find out what they're really worth. Click through to see how much the "Real Housewives" really spend on their stately pads.
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Kelly Killoren Bensimon who appeared on seasons two through four of "The Real Housewives of New York City" just chopped the price of her posh East Hampton estate, according to The Wall Street Journal. The property is now priced at $8 million. Click through the photo gallery to take a look at the former reality star's Hamptons digs, which was originally on the market for a whopping $12 million.
The property features about 5,800 square feet of interior living space,
The Wall Street Journal reports that Bensimon's now ex-hubby, fashion photog Gilles Bensimon bought the parcel of land and built the swanky crib for $750,000 back in 2004. While the couple divorced in 2007, the home didn't hit the market until January 2012, according to public records.
A look down on the chic property, which features impeccable landscaping, a heated unite pool, and a pond, all situated on 1.2 acres.
The kitchen in Bensimon's two-story traditional pad is all stainless steel, and opens to the cozy family room where a brick fireplace and vaulted ceiling await.
A view of the formal living room in Bensimon's home that features a fireplace and French doors.
Bensimon remarked to The Wall Street Journal that the home appeared on the hit reality television show. She also estimates that about $2 million was put into the five-bedroom home, which suggests why Bensimon originally listed with such a the steep initial price tag.
There are five bedrooms total in the posh house. The home also comes equipped with a den, extensive decking, and what the public listing describes as "an oversized versatile bonus room with potential for additional guest space."
The Wall Street Journal reports that "During the home's construction, Ms. Bensimon said she buried a blue Tiffany & Co. box within the hallway that holds her daughter's sonogram, her dog's first collar, seashells and a necklace from her first jewelry line."
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Vicki Gunvalson of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and her then-husband Donn Gunvalson were trying to sell their two-level estate in Coto de Caza for $2.695 million amidst their divorce last year, reported the The Wall Street Journal. The is the same home featured in the hit Bravo show.
Featured on "The Real Housewives of Orange County," the home measures 5,400 square feet and epitomizes the lavish and ritzy nature that the cast members on the show are famous for.
The home was built in 1995 and is located in the prime Coto de Caza, CA, an exclusive gated community where many celebs, athletes and doctors reside.
The property totals one acre and features an incredible pool and patio area that is truly any entertainer's (or housewife's) dream.
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A view of the home's office, which is one of many rooms in the spread that features the brand-new hardwood floors.
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Kyle Richards of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and her real estate agent husband Mauricio Umansky sold their Bel Air resort-style home for $2,100,000 (the same home featured in the Bravo show), after originally listing the pad at $2,450,000, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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This gorgeous, contemporary Balinese home is surrounded by palm trees and a fire pit for barbecuing, and features floor-to-ceiling windows.
The family room opens into the backyard, with views to the city and mountains beyond.
A view of the family room with fireplace, one of two in the home.
The spacious dining room includes a fireplace.
The living room also opens into the backyard.
The master bedroom overlooks the backyard with city views.
Another view of the master bedroom.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood.
All bedrooms have their own bathrooms.
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The backyard includes a heated pool, fountains, and plenty of grassy lawn.
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Mary Amons of "The Real Housewives of D.C." sold her Virginia colonial-style home for $1.6M last year. The home that was featured on the show was first listed in September 2010 for $2.35 million, according to The Washington Post.
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The six-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home features a gourmet kitchen with oversized center island, three fireplaces and a master suite with sitting room and private deck.
The 5,450-square-foot home is located in the popular Langley Farms neighborhood, complete with library, sun room, separate loft, stone patio and four-car garage.
The formal dining room features exquisite moldings and brings in ample natural light.
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The casual eat-in area, an extension of the kitchen, has a simple mantle and fireplace, one of three in the home.
The kitchen has an oversized center island that will fit plenty of bar seating.
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Another view of the kitchen.
The family room is casual and cozy with high moulded ceilings and built-in bookcases.
The spacious living room is surrounded by windows.
The 21x11 feet master bedroom has hardwood floors, a sitting room and private deck.
A side view of the home.
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