Anyone who watches Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is familiar with Kyle Richards and Mauricio Umansky’s Bel-Air home, the site of many an epic white party, kid’s birthday, and more. Following RIchards’ move to Encino in 2017, they placed their Bel-Air home on the market, now listed at $5.95 million. The 6,250-square foot family home is all glamour, featuring Carrara marble, custom dressing rooms, and a sweeping open staircase in the foyer. Former child star Richards, her realtor husband, and their four daughters daughters certainly lived the life of luxury in this Bel-Air estate, and now we’re getting an even closer look at the place they called home.
The oft-featured home is seated on a half-acre of property, and boasts seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, 20-foot ceilings, and French doors. Designed by Faye Resnick, a friend of Richards’ and a semi-frequent guest star on RHOBH, opulence is the clear end game, with regal touches like a gilded marble fireplace and marble and granite black-and-white tile floors.
The home also offers plenty of entertainment options, from the sound-proofed movie theater and home gym downstairs to an outdoor lighted tennis court, putting green, pool, and spa, plus an expansive lawn. Featuring that classic California indoor-outdoor flow, the Richards family home is spacious, airy, and decked out with more amenities (we’d bet) than any other house on the block.
A bonus? You’d be living in a part of Bravo history. Here’s a closer look inside the palatial house the Richards-Umanskys lived in until 2017.