The talk show host and her estranged husband put the New Jersey home on the market on Thursday, 10 years after moving in.
Wendy Williams continues to move on and leave her past behind amid her divorce.
The daytime talk show host and her estranged husband, Kevin Hunter, put their family home on the market, for a list price of $1,895,000, on Thursday, 10 years after they first purchased it and less than four months after she filed for divorce.
The 5,700 square-foot, two-story estate -- located in Livingston, New Jersey -- includes five bedrooms, four full baths, two half-baths, a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry and granite countertops.
The home also includes a basement that provides an additional 2,500 square feet of space and is located on a lot that is over three-quarters of an acre, and the exterior contains a basketball court, manicured grass lawns, a lot of foliage and a tranquil stone sitting area next to a naturally-styled pond.
If sold for the listing price, the pair will be taking something of a loss as they previously purchased the lavish abode in June 2009 for $2.1 million.
The 55-year-old TV personality and author -- who filed for divorce from her estranged husband on April 11 after nearly 22 years of marriage amid a high-profile cheating scandal -- is currently living in an apartment in New York, closer to where she films her talk show.
Williams revealed back in May that she had moved into what she referred to as the "ultimate bachelorette pad" and said that her new place is "high atop everything" and that it has "a really, really good view" of the city.
For more on Williams' emotional and high-profile divorce and her efforts to reclaim her love life and professional endeavors, check out the video below.
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