Real Housewife Kyle Richards and The Agency co-founder Mauricio Umansky are still determined to part with their Bel Air home. The reality television personality and the real estate mogul originally listed the seven-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom house for just under $7 million in late 2017, but didn’t locate a buyer at the time.
They lowered the price tag to a touch under $6 million by 2018, but ended up having better luck on the rental market, and have leased out the 6,229-square-foot home for the past two years.
Now, Richard and Umansky are testing out the sales market once more, with a very slightly adjusted price tag of $5.95 million. Even though they’ve had to lower their expectations a bit, if they net the full ask, that’s still a significant profit from the $3.05 million they paid for the home in 2011.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills personality brought in her longtime pal, interior designer Faye Resnick, to style the home.
A dramatic entry with black-and-white marble floors and a sparkling chandelier leads into the house, and there are French doors throughout, per the listing that is held, of course, by Umansky and his stepdaughter, Farrah Brittany, at the Agency.
The kitchen is fitted with white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a marble-topped center island, and is open to a family room with a brick-framed fireplace. A separate dining enclave is accented with another glittery chandelier and a white-brick fireplace.
There’s an office and a wood-paneled movie theater, as well as an entertaining space with a fireplace and fully equipped wet bar.
The master suite is situated upstairs, with a seating area, fireplace, two closets and an airy bathroom with double vanities and a built-in tub.
Outside, there’s a pool, sports court, putting green and plenty of lounging and entertaining spaces.
Richard and Umansky have already long moved on from this Bel Air home, as in 2017, they doled out $8.25 million for the massive 10,500-square-foot Smokey Robinson Estate in Encino; their new sprawling estate has already been features in Real Housewives plenty of times. They also own a desert retreat in La Quinta, which they purchased for $2.35 million back in 2014.