What's Up With Victoria Gotti's New York Home?

Reality TV star and Mafia princess Victoria Gotti, who's been trying to sell her Old Westbury, NY, home for years, is slicing off a chunk of land. A new, separate listing for a 2-acre parcel adjacent to her home, priced for $900,000, popped up last week.

A description of the land at 6 Birch Hill Court says it has a pond, horse barn, stables, detached garage, and guesthouse (although the guesthouse is on the property line and will have to be moved).

Gotti, who starred with her sons on A&E's "Growing Up Gotti," has hauled her multicolumned, white brick house on and off the market since 2013; local agents told us she's had offers but just wasn't ready to sell. Now you can be her neighbor, if she doesn't sell her home first.

In 2013, the daughter of mob boss John Gotti wanted $2.5 million for the entire 4-acre property. She gave the sale a rest for several months, then offered up the property again in December 2015 for $2.69 million. Now, Sotheby's International Realty website indicates that the home has taken another price cut, currently going for $2.4 million, but that most likely reflects the acreage of the offering being cut in half.

Poor little rich house. The reality TV palace offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms, three balconies, a media room, and large pool with "set-in" bar stools, if you're interested.

Gotti built the house in 1993 when she was still married to Carmine Agnello, who spent several years in prison on racketeering charges and is again in hot water for, allegedly, running a stolen car and scrap metal scam. Agnello has also been accused of injecting his racehorses with performance-enhancing drugs.