Everybody knows that "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra Parks' husband is heading to the big house for fraud. What they might not know is that the entertainment attorney is selling her big house in the Atlanta suburb of Smyrna. The 4,000-square-foot home at 3070 Montclair Circle S.E. is mostly empty, with beige paint and wall-to-wall upstairs carpet, five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a big deck off the back. The basement has an extra kitchen and bar area, making the home a spacious choice for entertaining.
When Parks was new to the show, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution did a photo spread of the home when she lived in it, showing luxe furnishings and bright pops of color. It is listed for $349,900, on the higher end for Smyrna, where the median home value is $190,600. Parks also owns a smaller home in Athens, a little ways outside Atlanta, according to property records.
According to her bio on the Bravo's website, Parks lives in the Buckhead area, so the Smyrna home likely was no longer her main residence. According to property records, she bought the home 13 years ago for $322,000.
Parks' husband, Apollo Nida, pleaded guilty to a federal fraud charge in May and was sentenced to eight years in prison. He also has to pay $1.9 million in restitution, according to the New York Post.