RHOA’s Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman’s $1.7 million Atlanta mansion is a Southern palace

‘Pittman Palace’ is located in Duluth

RHOA’s Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman’s $1.7 million Atlanta mansion is a southern palace.Reality TV star Drew Sidora's Duluth, Georgia home is located in the Sugarloaf Country Club.The 9,220-square-foot home features six bedrooms, six bathrooms and three half bathrooms.Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman purchased the home for $1.4 million back in Oct. 2020.The home is now valued at $1.7 million

With “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Drew Sidora and her soon-to-be-former husband Ralph Pittman headed for a split, we thought we’d take a look at the Atlanta mansion the cuople bought back in 2020. The $1.4 million purchase landed the reality TV star a massive 9,220-square-foot Southern palace in Duluth’s Sugarloaf Country Club.

Featuring six bedrooms, six bathrooms and three half bathrooms, the 1998 home comes with a number of incredible offerings perfect for luxury living.

“Professionally hand selected upgrades and details fill this home with an exquisite touch and attention detail sure to satisfy all who enter,” the home’s former online listing reads. “Completely new hardwood floors throughout lead to luxurious gourmet kitchen with dream island and top appliances. Private guest bedroom on main. Master bedroom suite with all the right conveniences, and master sized bedroom closet. Master bedroom balcony looks out to private salt water pool. Full finished basement with full living quarters, wine cellar, reading room.”

Sugarloaf Country Club, the home’s neighborhood, is no stranger to RHOA stars — NeNe Leaks once lived in the neighborhood too. It is located in the heart of Gwinnett County’s entertainment district and features a number of high-profile luxury homes.

“This exquisite gated Country Club community sits on 1,200 acres of lush green farmland and is comprised of an eclectic mix of elegant European Luxury and Executive Estate homes that take inspiration from its deep Southern and equestrian roots,” the club’s website said. “Sugarloaf is minutes from I-85 and is at the northeast side of metro Atlanta.”

Sidora and Pittman confirmed to People Magazine earlier this year that they are filing for divorce.

“After eight years of wholeheartedly fighting for my marriage, I have made the agonizing decision to release my husband with love,” Sidora wrote. “Although Ralph and I have decided to move forward separately, the hope is to remain friends so that we can co-parent responsibly. In spite of our very public life, I am asking for privacy during this difficult time as my children and I learn how to navigate through our new beginnings.”