*Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas are getting rid of their house along with their marriage.
Weeks after announcing their divorce, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars have found a buyer for their East Atlanta home, according to TMZ.
The property, which hit the market in July, is being sold for $699,000. It was built in 2006 and includes five bathrooms, four bedrooms a fully finished basement, library and recreation room.
Bailey, 48, announced their separation in late May, six years after their lavish 2010 wedding was filmed for the Bravo series. Thomas now says the show is partly responsible for their marital woes.
“While the show is not the single contributing factor to the turmoil in our relationship, ‘RHOA’ had a lot to do with it,” he said in a statement. “Reality TV can be a blessing and a curse, as it provides tremendous opportunities, but it also puts one hell of a strain on a relationship, especially if the foundation is not solid. Our individual ambitions were also part of our relationship’s demise.”