Heather Dubrow House: 'RHOC' Dishes On New Orange County Home [VIDEO]
Heather Dubrow and her husband, Botched star Dr. Terry Dubrow, have been working on their latest home for months, and in a new inteview, the Real Housewives of Orange County star opened up about the process of building a home that is over 20,000 square feet.
As season 11 of the Bravo series plays out, Dubrow is focused on her family's latest digs.
"Here’s the thing: It’s not 500 rooms," she explained to All About the Real Housewives on Monday. "It’s your normal rooms but they are just bigger. I know it may seem excessive to some but in the neighborhood that we built in these are the sizes of the houses that you see. One of the things that we did in the new home that we didn’t have in the old house was the kitchen/family room. It’s really where the family lives. We don’t need a formal living room that’s stuffy and no one will ever go in. This is the place where we cook, eat, hang out and watch TV as a family. We’ve been in the house about 2 months now and it’s been incredible."
A photo posted by Heather Dubrow (@heatherdubrow) on Jul 14, 2016 at 8:27am PDT
When asked when fans will be seeing the home in full, Dubrow said it would likely be seen first on the show.
"We’ve gotten calls from all the big entertainment outlets and magazines. So far we’ve said no to all of that. If anything, I think that the housewives fans deserve to see it first," she explained. "They’ve been with us on the whole journey of building it, but I honestly don’t know how the reveal is going to happen. Although we’ve been in the house for a few months there’s still 50 guys in there working so even though we’re in, it’s still not finished."
A photo posted by Heather Dubrow (@heatherdubrow) on Jul 16, 2016 at 2:26pm PDT
As for what Dr. Dubrow thinks, the reality star revealed, "He loves the house! He had some concerns but now that he sees it all together he loves it. Of course any of his personal spaces like his library or media room, he picked what he wanted to make sure that he was comfortable."