Photos: Whitney Houston's New Jersey mansion touted as place where she came undone

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The house formerly owned by Whitney Houston at 22 N. Gate Road, Mendham Township, New Jersey.
In addition to other items once owned by Whitney Houston being offered up to the highest bidder, the sprawling mansion where the legendary performer once lived in Mendham, New Jersey, is reportedly being tastelessly touted by a real estate broker from Beverly Hills as "the scene of the activity that brought down this incredible musical diva over a 15 year cycle." Or it was, rather. Since coming to light, the private listing for the house on has been softened to read: "The mansion was also used in the filming of a 2005 reality show in which she and her ex-husband appeared at a very rough time in Whitney's life."

The original listing (click to enlarge): "This house was also the scene of the activity that brought down this incredible musical diva over a 15 year cycle..."

But lest any star-crazed fans misinterpret the seemingly tasteless enticement of the listing and commence to making plans to drop by for a private showing, the broker also made sure to add a disclosure -- in all caps, no less -- that anyone interested in seeing the property would need to get in touch with the broker directly, as the house is not on MLS (Multiple Listing Service), and that "We will require 100% disclosure by you of your identity and proof of at least $1,750,000 in liquid assests or loan pre-approvals."

The listing also includes photos of the once gorgeous 12,000-square foot mansion, which RadarOnline notes, appear to be outdated, as the house is presently overrun by weeds. Page down to have a look at the pics.

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The house is beautiful! I think Clive Davis buy the house and give it to Bobbi Kris under the stipulations that she has to be randomly drug and alcohol tested by hair not urine. And that she goes to college and make sumthing of herself. Plus, her father nor her half silblings can nor will not take control of the property whatsoever. Not to mention there will be no hard partying at that mansion or it will be taken away from her and give it to her grandmother, her uncle Michael, or an heir if Bobbi Kris decides to have children. And she can not sell or re-mortage the property nor the land and the land and property adjacent to it. And finally can not sub- lease it to no one whatsoever or have any guest to stay no longer than 30 days. After 30 days or more, you are forced to leave. That's just my opinion.


lucky if they can even sell, to plain and nobody wants those circular walls, make it a musuem

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