O.C. ‘Housewife’ Gina Kirschenheiter sells Coto de Caza home for $875K – down $100K from original price – Daily News

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Gina Kirschenheiter of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” has sold her four-bedroom Coto de Caza home, parting with it for $100,000 less than she and her husband sought when it hit the market a year ago.

The 2,208-square-foot, single-story house closed sale on May 29 for $875,000. It was listed on the MLS in June 2018 for $975,000, dropping to $939,000 in March 2019 and then $914,988 in May.

The couple paid $840,000  for the house in 2016, according to property records.

Built in 1994 and updated, the house is set on a cul-de-sac in 24-hour, guard-gated Coto. The home has an open floor plan and the kitchen is equipped with stainless steel Viking appliances. There’s a breakfast nook, travertine floors and vaulted ceilings. The backyard includes a built-in barbecue, according to the listing. See photos here.

Jackie Guthrie of RE/MAX Evolution handled both sides of the deal.

Gina Kirschenheiter, 35, was introduced in Housewives Season 13 as a Long Island, N.Y. transplant whose husband worked and lived in Los Angeles during the week. The Bravo TV personality filed for divorce from Matthew Kirschenheiter in April 2018, claiming irreconcilable differences.

She’s since moved to another home, according to the network’s Home & Design site,  “with the help of her ex and his dad.”

Earlier this year, she was arrested in Rancho Santa Margarita on suspicion of DUI and publicly apologized – on Instagram – saying, “The best apology is changed behavior.”

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