Now that a lawsuit between Whitney Houston’s estate and an investment company has been settled, the late pop star’s former home in Mendham Township has been sold for its asking price.
According to nj.com, a Mendham resident closed on the house May 22 for the price of $1,500,000. In the report, the listing agent said throughout the home’s 64 days on the market, a bidding war had ensued.
The home was sold in December 2013 for $999,900 and put back on the market in February for $1,499,000. Houston married her ex-husband Bobby Brown on the property.
Houston’s estate sued the investment company CPMG of Mendham after family members were not allowed to enter the home and retrieve some of singer’s belongings. A Superior Court Judge in Morristown ruled the family could enter the home and retrieve the 91 belongings it had sought.