Built in 2000, Jeana Keough’s Coto de Caza home has been featured in countless episodes of the “Real Housewives of Orange County.” Now you can stroll through the halls of reality royalty if you can come up with $18,000 a month.
With her kids all grown up (and not fighting with one another), Keough says she’s feeling a distinct case of empty nest syndrome in the enormous mansion. “The 8,000 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms are mostly empty these days,” says Keough.
Besides the plentiful square footage, you’ll be ultrasafe behind the vaunted gates of Coto. And out back, there’s the huge pool where her dogs enjoy splashy camera time of their own.
As for Keough, she’s not leaving the OC. She’s simply switching ZIP codes thanks to a romantic development in her life.
“I have fallen in love with someone and decided to move in with him. He lives in a beautiful remodeled place on Lake Mission Viejo,” says the reality star.
Whether her new love becomes a storyline on her reality show remains to be seen, but she sounds excited about the possibility of becoming a landlord. “I’ve decided to lease the house and see where this new adventure takes me.”