By Adam S. Levy for Dailymail.com
23:49 Oct 16, 2023, updated 00:01 Oct 17, 2023
Kim Zolciak and her estranged husband Kroy Biermann have put their Milton, Georgia mansion on the market with an asking price of $6,000,000 amid major financial woes that include a planned foreclosure on the property.
The 45-year-old Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum and the 38-year-old former NFL player originally purchased their seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home in 2012 for $880,000, TMZ noted Monday when news broke house would come on the market.
If the former couple received the asking price for the sale, the outlet reported, they would make a profit, but time is of the essence as the home is scheduled to go up for foreclosure in November.
Built in 2008, the mansion is located on a golf course and has numerous amenities, including a backyard pool, gym, movie theater, bar, wine cellar and arcade.
Zolciak gave fans a glimpse inside the home on her Bravo spinoff Don’t Be Tardy, showing off the inside of the luxury home.
The Latest: Kim Zolciak, 45, and her estranged husband Kroy Biermann, 38, have put their Milton, Georgia mansion on the market for $6,000,000 amid major financial woes that include a planned Foreclosure of the property belongs
“I absolutely love our new home,” Zolciak said at the time. “Kroy and I are the king and queen of this damn house, so this is perfect for us.”
The brick and stone home, located next to The Manor golf course, is gated and has a parking space in front of the home’s entrance, according to a Zillow listing.
The home’s entrance leads to a two-story entry foyer with a curved staircase and open gallery, as well as an adjacent dining room and study with a designer chandelier and custom fireplace.
The home’s kitchen features a large island, countertops, custom cabinets and Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances, according to the listing.
A family room on the home’s main level features a high ceiling with ample seating, a fireplace and a crystal chandelier.
A large bar features floor-to-ceiling woodwork with a wine refrigerator, ice maker, dishwasher and beverage cooler.
The home’s master suite is organized around a living room and fireplace and features a soaking tub, shower and walk-in closet.
In the property’s backyard there is a covered porch overlooking the heated pool and spa, as well as an in-ground trampoline.
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum and former NFL player originally purchased their seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home in 2012 for $880,000. Built in 2008, the mansion is located on a golf course and features a number of amenities, which Zolciak gave fans a look at the house in her Bravo spinoff “Don’t Be Tardy,” showing the interior of the luxury home. Zolciak beamed as she posed on one of the curved staircases at the home’s entrance. A large bar offers floor-to-ceiling bars – ceiling woodwork with wine refrigerator, ice maker, dishwasher and beverage cooler
In legal documents filed by Biermann in September, the former Atlanta Falcons player asked the court to allow him to put the family’s Milton, Georgia, mansion on the market, saying it was near foreclosure.
Biermann and Zolciak have been struggling with major financial and relationship problems in recent months, having initially separated in May before finalizing their divorce in July.
They have since reconciled and separated several times amid their family’s ongoing financial crisis, with Biermann in May calling Zolciak a “compulsive-behavioral addict” who squandered $1.5 million of the family fortune on gambling.
The NFL alum made the allegations against Zolciak after she called police at her Milton, Georgia, mansion on May 4, ahead of his initial divorce filing.
The allegations about Zolciak’s gambling losses were seen in bodycam video from the Milton Police Department after officers responded to the home after Kim reported a domestic dispute.
The footage was obtained by RadarOnline.com after Biermann and Zolciak filed for divorce from each other after 12 years of marriage.
Biermann — who was cautious when speaking to law enforcement in hopes Zolciak wouldn’t hear him — called the Bravo personality a “narcissist of the highest order.”
Biermann said Zolciak’s penchant for gambling has grown exponentially in recent years.
The Bravo star was seen on her series “Don’t Be Tardy” taking a tour of the opulent, stone-lined backyard. The reality star’s home features a fully functioning salon area. Ariana Biermann’s room was well-appointed with a four-poster bed and matching curtains
“It’s probably been like this for most of our marriage and it’s gotten significantly worse,” Biermann said of Zolciak. who was pictured at a Bitcoin ATM in Atlanta in June. “In the last two years she has lost $700,000 – in the last two and a half years alone.”
He added: “The total sum of the marriage was about $1.5 million – and she does it online.”
In the incident, Zolciak told police that Biermann locked a cache of $175,000 worth of valuable items she owned – including designer handbags and jewelry – in a safe and hid the key from her.
Biermann said he believes the many items fell under the classification of community property, adding of the items, “The problem is that they are assets, there are none.” [other] Assets to go to.’
Biermann told police that the “Don’t Be Tardy” alum “decimated everything” with her penchant for gambling; He added that some of their gaming activities were illegal.
Zolciak and Biermann’s four children – Kroy Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kane and Kaia, nine – were home at the time of the altercation.
Biermann had adopted Zolciak’s older children from previous relationships – Brielle, 26, and Ariana Biermann, 21 – when they were minors in the couple’s earlier years.
Brielle has also been plagued by financial troubles recently, as she was sued by American Express over an unpaid balance.
The former couple were pictured attending a Post Malone concert in Atlanta last year. The couple has had major financial and relationship problems in recent months. Pictured in 2020 in LA. The couple initially filed for divorce in May but reconciled in July. In May, Biermann called Zolciak a “compulsive behavior addict” who squandered a staggering $1.5 million of the family’s finances on gambling
Zolciak sold part of Brielle Biermann’s daughter Designer goods last month to raise funds, with asking prices as high as $20,000 for the big-ticket items.
During the first two months of the separation – during which both petitioned the court for sole custody of their four younger children – Zolciak and Biermann argued with each other in court documents.
Zolciak said that Biermann smoked marijuana and made it credible that he was capable of raising her children; while Biermann claimed Zolciak’s gambling addiction had consumed her time and decimated the family finances.
Biermann told officers they continued to sleep in the same bed but did not interact with each other.
In July, it was revealed that the reality TV couple had decided not to separate and had withdrawn their divorce papers from Fulton County Superior Court in Georgia. They were spotted just before attending a church together in Atlanta.
Biermann and Zolciak, pictured in Las Vegas in 2020, have publicly argued over the family finances. Biermann claims Zolciak “decimated everything” with her penchant for gambling. Kim and Kroy’s trips to the casino were documented on their Bravo series Don’t Be Tardy Kroy told police that Kim had “gambled away $700,000 in the last two and a half years alone.” Kim’s penchant for online and casino gaming led to a rift in the 12-year union, where Biermann was pictured during a preseason game for the Atlanta Falcons in 2014. He played in the NFL for eight seasons
Zolciak rose to fame as a cast member of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and parlayed her popularity into the spin-off “Don’t Be Tardy…” on Bravo. She also took part in five episodes of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2015.
Biermann was drafted into the NFL in 2008 after attending Montana and played eight seasons, all for the Falcons.
His most productive year on the field was 2012, when he started 14 games, recorded 36 tackles, three sacks, and scored a touchdown on an interception.
The couple exchanged vows in a lavish $1 million wedding at their Georgia estate on November 11, 2011 – 11/11/11.