Wendy Williams Reportedly Sells Her New Jersey Home – Details of the Property

Olowokandi Fiyin
Aug 15, 2020
09:00 A.M.
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Wendy Williams has reportedly sold her New Jersey home, which she shared with ex-husband Kevin Hunter for almost a decade.

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With her divorce from ex-husband, Kevin Hunter finalized, show host Wendy Williams has let go of the home they shared together. According to a real estate advert, the property located in New Jersey is officially off the market.

The 5-bedroom property, which is located in the bel Air area of Livingstone, New Jersey boasts of over 5700 sqft and four and a half baths. The 5-bedroom property, which is located in the bel Air area of Livingstone, New Jersey boasts of over 5700 sqft and four and a half baths.

Wendy Williams poses for a photo on the observation deck after taking part in the ceremonial lighting of the Empire State Building to celebrate the ninth season of "The Wendy Williams Show" on September 18, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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Other high-end features of the estate include an extensive library, a two-story rotunda, and a private backyard equipped with a sports court, alongside patio and koi pond, and a circular driveway.

Wendy and Hunter met in 1994 while she was still married to Robert Morris III. Two years after her split from Morris, the lovebirds walked down the aisle in 1997.

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While speaking to Today about the property, real estate agent James Silverman, told the publication that the neighborhood has an array of sophisticated homes. However, he noted that Williams' house was different and one-of-a-kind. In his words:

"It is not your typical Bel Air home. It was built with much better features. It's not a cookie-cutter home. It's not a model home. It's truly a custom home that was designed and built individually."

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Although Williams and Hunter purchased the house for a whopping $2,100,000 in 2008, "The Wendy William Show" host had to settle for $1.4 million to get rid of the property.

She initially listed it for $1.895 million in August 2019 but had to slash it to $1.575 million before settling for the current price. After putting up the property for sale, the 56-year-old moved to New York and called it her home.

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It will be recalled that Williams and Hunter called it quits in 2019 after 21 years of marriage. The couple who share 19-year-old Kevin Hunter Jr. ended things after word got out that Kevin had a child with another woman.

Wendy and Hunter met in 1994 while she was still married to Robert Morris III. Two years after her split from Morris, the lovebirds walked down the aisle in 1997.

Wendy Williams, Hunter Kevin and Carlos Narcisse at the "Ask Wendy" Book Release Party at Pink Elephant on May 9, 2013 | Photo: Getty Images

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In 2000, they welcomed their son, and that was the first time cheating allegations were levied against Hunter. The show host detailed his affair in her memoir "Wendy's Got The Heat" but decided to remain in the relationship because "she loved him."

By 2008, Hunter became the executive producer of her show, but rumors of his infidelity still kept making rounds. This was the case until April 2019 when Williams announced that she was splitting from him. Their divorce was finalized in January.

Hunter reportedly received some money from Williams and was given a severance pay from Wendy, Inc. for being fired from the show.

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