Friday, August 20, 2010

DeShawn Snow Selling Home In Midst Of Divorce
The Real Estalker led me to the story of yet another house connected to Bravo's Real Housewives franchise. This home belonged to Eric and DeShawn Snow. DeShawn was one of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" in the first season. Eric Snow is a former professional basketball player who played with the Seattle SuperSonics, Philadelphia 76ers and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Snows are in the midst of a divorce which began when it was revealed that Snow was expecting a child with a woman other than his wife.

This six-bedroom home in Alpharetta, Georgia was built by the Snows. They bought a 4.65 acre plot of land for $395,000 in 2005 in The Manor Golf and Country Club. Their home was finished in 2008 and measures over 10,000 square feet. It opens with a sweeping floating staircase that rises up to the second floor rooms. The huge windows in the formal living room has massive draperies. The home also has a formal dining room, family room, home theater and his and hers offices. The master bedroom has a raised sitting area, custom closets and a master bathroom with a fireplace.

The lower terrace level has a billiard room, card room, wine cellar, a full bar/family room, exercise facilities, and a hair salon. The backyard includes a children's playground with jungle gym, a basketball/sport court, and a large swimming pool. Two octagonal open air pavilions frame the swimming pool. One contains an outdoor kitchen and barbecue station, the other is near a spa and sitting area in front of an outdoor fireplace.
This home is listed at $4.998 million.
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