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Kelsey & Camille Grammer’s Former Compound On The Market For $19.9M

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In Malibu, a 5-acre equestrian compound once owned by Kelsey Grammer and his ex-wife, Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer, is on the market for $19.95 million.

The former couple paid $4.5 million for the estate in 1998 a year after getting married. The ex couple put the house on the market via a trust  in 2012 of September for  $17.9million then the listing was removed a month later in October 2012.

The home was listed again multiple times and the price lowered until it finally sold in November of 2015 for $12,940,00 million.

  • Price $19,950,000
  • Bedrooms 7
  • Bathrooms 13
  • SQ FT 13,926
  • Parking Spaces 50
  • Parking Garage 4
  • Indoor amenities include a gym, movie theater and climate-controlled wine cellar. Outside are two spas, a swimming pool, bathhouse and tennis court, as well as a 17th century stone gazebo.

The agents listed on the sale are employees of The Agency – RHOBH husband Mauricio Umansky’s company, he’s married to Kyle Richards.

The estate was featured on the first season of RHOBH, with the infamous dinner party from hell with faux witch Alison Dubois of Medium fame, who told Kyle Richards she, “would never be emotionally fulfilled by her husband”. .

Some memorable quotes from the dinner party:

Kim to Taylor: Why don’t you go blow up your lips some more?

Allison: Garbage of rubies and diamonds. They are a garbage bin of jewels.

RHOBH-dinner party from hell-1

Camille Grammer, Lisa Vanderpump, Taylor Armstrong, Kyle Richards & Allison Dubois

Camille: Oh, you know how I know her, I saw her naked in Playboy. That’s how I know Faye.

Kyle: Smoke your electronic cigarette and drink your martini! I’m talking to Camille.

RHOBH-dinner party from hell

Allison Dubois, Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer, Taylor Armstrong & Camille

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