Ana Quincoces, a Cuban cookbook author and lawyer who shot to fame with her stint on the second season of "Real Housewives of Miami", has reportedly listed her home in Coral Gables, Fla., for $2.4 million.
This is the same house that was featured on the "Real Housewives of Miami" show. Quincoces lived there with her daughters Kati (23) and Beba (22).
In 2012, it was reported that Quincoces was struggling to pay off her mortgage for the house, which is why she has been trying to sell the place since 2011, according to a previous Reality Tea report.
While there were no updates on her financial woes, Quincoces is a lawyer and a partner at her law firm. She has also been working on more cook books and therefore, saving the home from foreclosure shouldn't be a big deal for the Cuban beauty.
The Realtor Blog broke the news of the listing noting that Meg Del Valle of Esslinger-Wooten-Maxwell, an associate of Berkshire Hathaway, is the listing agent.
Property records reveal that this is not the home's first time on the market. It was first shopped around for $2.4 million in September 2011 and delisted a month later. It came back on the market late last month for the same asking price and was delisted almost immediately only to return earlier this month with the same price tag.
Listing records state that the house spans an area of 4,369 square feet, and is comprised of four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
Interiors of the residence feature hardwood flooring, French doors and windows and drywall ceilings.
Living spaces include a large family room, a separate dining space, an office and a media room. There is a gourmet kitchen, where Quincoces whipped up her Cuban delicacies and a large closet in the master suite.
Outside, the home has a pool with open lounging areas and porches perfect for outdoor dining.
News of the re-listing comes just a year after Quincoces got engaged to a fellow lawyer Marc Jimenez. It is the second walk-down-the-aisle for both, who each have children from their previous marriages. See pictures of their families here.