Real Housewives Of New Jersey star Teresa Godis cemented her relationship with new boyfriend Louis Roylas by transferring $ 3.35 million into a luxury estate on the East Coast of America.
The TV personality, 48, began dating Lewis, 46, who is a father of two, shortly after finalizing her divorce from 21-year-old husband Joe Giudice in September 2020.
They have since teamed up on a new business venture by purchasing the sprawling seven-bedroom home in Montville, New Jersey, TMZ Reports.
Amazing: Real Housewives Of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice cemented her relationship with new boyfriend Luis Ruelas by diverting $ 3.35 million into a luxury property on America’s East Coast
Happy Couple: The TV personality, 48, began dating Lewis’ father, 46, shortly after ending her divorce from 21-year-old husband Joe Godis in September 2020
It is understood that Lewis, who is believed to be investing in real estate, provided the capital for the purchase, with Teresa acting as the property manager for any potential lease agreement. They are both listed as their respective owners.
The home measures 7,728 square feet and includes 6 parking garages, a personal gym, a movie theater, and a library across six sprawling acres of land.
The home cinema also has its own foyer, where visitors can stock up on popcorn, sweets, and other refreshments before settling in to watch a movie.
Wrought-iron stone gates and walls ensure the protection of the occupants from the common people, as the main house is located a hundred feet or more from the nearest road.
Enjoy a Swimming: An elegant outdoor swimming pool, with a small waterfall, is located next to the huge property
Plenty of Rooms: The main house encompasses 7,728 square feet across six sprawling acres of land in Montville, New Jersey
Come on: wrought iron gates and stone walls ensure the protection of their occupants from the common people
You will: The house also has an impressive six-car garage space, which occupies two outdoor buildings
There is a large outdoor pool with a small waterfall, waterslides, and a modest paddling area – away from the main pool – next to the property.
Visitors are greeted inside the house by a tasteful spiral staircase, a prevalent feature that appears to function as the property’s focal point.
Sparkling chandeliers hang from ceilings capped with traditional wooden beams, while the floors in each landing are skillfully tiled to high specifications.
Come inside: A stunning spiral staircase dominates the property’s immaculately decorated large interior
Wow: Chandeliers and exposed wood beams are another regular feature of a New Jersey home
Tasteful: bulletproof windows give passengers the opportunity to look at the ground while climbing or descending the spiral staircase
BEAUTIFUL: Tiled floors lie under a wooden cornice, while the ceiling has been carefully designed to make each room look unique
Louis friend Teresa co-founded Digital Media Solutions, which helps advertisers track the performance of their ads online.
A father of two lives near Teresa, New Jersey, so distance was not an issue for the couple, who confirmed their relationship in December.
In 2014, Teresa and her ex-husband, Joe, pleaded guilty to several counts of bank fraud, mailing, transfer and bankruptcy.
Got any Real Housewives’ box sets? The seven-seater cinema provides many opportunities to pass the time
Let’s get physical: There’s also a gym, decked out with everything you need to stay in shape
Do you like a game? A snooker table is found by a large fireplace in other rooms of the property
Get popcorn here: The home cinema also features its own foyer, where visitors can stock up on popcorn, sweets and other refreshments.
She was sentenced to 15 months in prison, while Joe received a 41-month sentence for additional charges for non-payment of taxes for several years.
After being discharged from the hospital, Joe was transferred to an ICE facility, where he was born in Italy and did not become a US citizen.
He moved to Italy in 2019 in order to evade Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention, but his appeals to his deportation case were dismissed in April 2020.
Comfort and Relaxation: The living room features another more impressive fireplace along with large floor-to-ceiling windows
Work time: Elsewhere, a study is outfitted with leather-backed chairs and a sturdy hardwood desk
Let’s eat: A large dining table for 12 potential guests is perfect for dinner parties, while the room it occupies is large enough for social gatherings
Traditional: Natural wood furniture and features are abundant throughout this tasteful New Jersey home
Now we’re cooking: The spacious kitchen includes polished marble surfaces, a smart breakfast bar, and all the essentials for a budding chef.
The couple’s former home, also located in Montville, sold for $ 170,000 for just $ 100 at a foreclosure auction in 2016, two years after their arrest.
Theresa and her husband Joe had already lost their Manahawkin vacation home and nearly lost their township mansion after pleading guilty to filing a fraudulent bankruptcy claim in 2009.
Giudices’ team has been trying to find a buyer for their modest three-bedroom investment property in Lincoln Park since 2014, NJ.com reported at the time.
Wash & Go: The bathtub can easily accommodate two people, while the shower is separated from the rest of the bathroom by a glass screen
The luxury: Once again tiled floors dominate in the master bathroom which comes with double sinks and two large mirrors
In you go: There is also a modest rest room within the property, in case anyone goes missing
Comfortable: One of the home’s seven bedrooms has a large fireplace and a wide-screen TV that hangs high on the wall
Shortly before the verdict in 2014, the couple laid down the house, described as “enchanting” and “not in a flood zone,” for $ 179,900. But there were no takers.
When the property, which was bought for $ 170,000 in 2005, went to a foreclosure auction recently, it failed to attract a single bid.
In the end the lenders bought it for only $ 100. The Geodes still owe $ 225,742 the house.