'RHONJ': Teresa Giudice 'downsizes' to $1.4 million house

'RHONJ': Teresa Giudice 'Downsizes' With $1.4 Million House
'RHONJ': Teresa Giudice 'Downsizes' With $1.4 Million House

On 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' Teresa Giudice was looking to downsize, but wasn't looking too happy as she checked out a smaller house to possibly live in.

"Is this the great room? ...Eh," Teresa said, examining the smaller house. The agent later said, "Then we have the dining room. Beautiful chandelier." Teresa didn't seem too impressed with that $1.4 million house, but she knows with her financial issues, downsizing is important.

Though as UsWeekly points out, "downsizing for the Giudices would still be a step up for the rest of us."

Indeed, this 'downsize' features sleek granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, spacious bedrooms and more. It's 8,800 square feet.

How is it a downsize? Well, Teresa and Joe Giudice just put the 12,000-square-foot house they called their dream home on the market for almost $4 million.

As she admitted in the episode, Teresa used to look at house-shopping differently, saying, "I don't want to live in somebody else's house. That's gross."

Now that $4 million home can be seen listed online. It features a two-story great room, onyx tile, three walk-in closets in the master bedroom alone and much more.

Variety reports that also this month, the Giudices put their other two homes on the market, including a house at the Jersey Shore.

The Giudices filed for bankruptcy in 2009, and plead guilty to fraud charges in March. The New York Daily News notes they are unloading properties ahead of their sentencing October 2nd.

Both are facing jail time.

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