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The New Jersey home of late singer Whitney Houston is back on the auction block.
Houston purchased the Morris County home in 1987 at the height of her fame. Prior to her death, the house was originally listed in 2009 for an astonishing $2.5 million, according to Today. When no offers came forth, she took the home off the market until 2011 when she relisted it for $1.75 million.
Following Houston’s passing, the house was removed off the market for some time until it was recently relisted at the substantially lower price of $1.5 million.
According to UPI, the home was originally purchased for $2.7 million.
The home was featured on the 2005 reality show Being Bobby Brown which starred singer Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston and members of their family.
The home boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms and sits on five acres of land. Not surprisingly, there is also a soundproof recording studio within the home.
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