Yolanda Foster of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is selling her Malibu mansion so she can better deal with the health issues caused by Lyme disease.
“This is our dream home, but due to my battle with Lyme disease for the past two years I just don't have the strength to run this almost 5-acre property anymore and should really focus on my recovery with as little stress as possible," Foster told Us Weekly
. “My daughter Gigi moved to New York last July and my Bella will move this July, so it will be just the two of us with my 14-year-old son, Anwar."
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Foster is married to David Foster, a Grammy-winning musician.
Trulia reported that their mansion will list at $27.5 million.
Many "Real Housewives" viewers would recognize it from dinner parties and other events featured on the show.
The real estate site went on to give the details about the property, including that it has six bedrooms, nine baths, 12-foot ceilings, and infinity pool. Another unusual feature is the glass custom refrigerator, which has its own Twitter account with 13,400 followers.
Foster wrote on her Bravo blog in December
about the challenges of living with Lyme Disease.
“Because of my health situation and not being able to run around, we’ve decided on no gifts this year. This took a lot pressure off of me and I am beyond happy with this free pass,” she wrote.
She talked about entering a clinical trial and also how it was good to have validation over what’s been happening to her.
“Getting a clear diagnosis last week of the inactivity in my left frontal lobe was the best Christmas present I could have ever dreamed of,” Foster wrote. “Obviously anything damaged by an outside organism is scary, but at least it validated that I have not lost my mind and that we now have clarity as to why I have been isolated at home for the past year and a half with a paralyzed brain.”
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