Less than a week after the passing of music icon Whitney Houston, the singer's New Jersey mansion is being newly marketed with an asking price of $1.75 million.
In one of the most offensive real estate ads we've ever read, the 5-bedroom house is being shopped on CarProperty.com as the place where Whitney's downward spiral began over 15 years ago.
But that's not all! Your nearly $2 mil (which they ask for upfront in liquid assets, no less), gets you 12,500 square feet, five acres of land, and your own, personal access to the set of Whitney's short-lived reality series Being Bobby Brown.
"The mansion was also used in the filming of a 2005 reality show in which she and her ex-husband appeared at the pinnacle of Whitney Houston's fall from musical power and grace," the ad reads. "A great conversation piece for anyone."
A great conversation piece? Perhaps we should remind CarProperty.com that this was someone's home, not a piece of memorabilia.
UPDATE: CarProperty.com has since amended the ad, omitting the section about Whitney's "fall from musical power and grace." The mansion is now described as the place where "she and her ex-husband appeared [on television] at a very rough time in Whitney's life."
Source: CarProperty.com, NYPost.com
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