The Late musician Whitney Houston‘s custom-built New Jersey mansion is back on the market for $1 million less than its original listing.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion in Morris County originally was originally listed for $2.5 million when Houston tried to sell it in 2009 and by July 2012, it was publicly listed for $1.75 million.
It went back on the market recently for $1.5 million. Houston purchased the home for $2.7 million in 1987.
“Despite generating a great deal of interest from the general public over the years, offers from qualified buyers have failed to materialize,” reads the listing on Realtor.com.
The home was featured in the reality show, “Being Bobby Brown” in 2005. It features a professional, sound-proofed recording studio, a two-story great room and a wet bar.