GINA Kirschenheiter is living it up in a modest three-bedroom California home she shares with SIX kids and boyfriend Travis Mullen.
The Real Housewives Of Orange County star purchased the humble pad for $659,000 this year after her nasty divorce from ex-husband, Matthew Kirschenheiter.
The 1,700-square-foot Mission Viejo townhouse has stunning views from the bedroom windows of nearby mountains that include scenic hiking trails.
Newly built in a recently constructed development, the 2.5 bath property that’s just miles from the beach comes equipped with waterproof wood flooring.
Gina’s bright kitchen has plenty of natural light shining through to fill the cozy culinary space.
Custom marble backsplash wraps above the gray quartz counters that’s also included on the island top.
The 36-year-old mom-of-three can cook for her large family with stainless steel appliances that accent the white shutter cabinets.
An oversized master suite she shares with new man, Travis, looks over a field that leads out to hills in the distance.
She can relax in an oversized soaking tub or walk-in shower in the home’s master bathroom.
The Bravo star’s three kids – along with her boyfriend’s three little ones – are left to share the two other bedrooms in the house.
Each room has a set of triple bunk-beds to house the kiddos all aged from three to eight.
Gina’s new home comes following the nasty split with ex-husband, Matt, following a domestic violence case.
Matt was arrested in June 2019 after the two had a heated argument at Gina’s home.
During the altercation, Matt allegedly choked his wife, hit her, dragged her, threw her and threatened to kill her – all while their three young kids were sleeping in the home.
The couple share three children, Sienna, 5, Nicholas, 7, and Luca, 4.
He was charged with felony corporal injury – on spouse/cohabitant and felony false imprisonment affected by violence, menace, fraud, or deceit and pleaded not guilty.
After his arrest, Matt claimed he lost his lucrative job as a result of the bad press following his arrest last year.
His attorney added: “Life has changed considerably … had it not been in the press, his job would not have been lost.
“It would’ve been quiet and on the back burner like every other normal citizen, but it’s been part of The Real Housewives.
“And she’s talked about it publicly on Real Housewives, so my client is really getting slammed in his personal life by the Petitioner’s desire to engage in the reality show.”
After that, Gina agreed to let Matt off the hook for child and spousal support in exchange for $230,000.
Gina’s move into her new home comes after she left the million-dollar house she lived at with her ex-husband in the affluent Coto de Caza Orange County community.
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