Yolanda Foster Selling "Dream Home" Due to Battle With Lyme Disease

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster tells Us Weekly that she's selling her "dream home" for $27.5 million following her battle with Lyme disease: See the jaw-dropping photos! Credit: Trulia; Inset: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

UPDATE: Yolanda Foster explains to Us Weekly why she's decided to sell her Malibu mansion. "This is our dream home, but due to my battle with Lyme disease for the past two years I just don't have the strength to run this almost 5-acre property anymore and should really focus on my recovery with as little stress as possible," she tells Us. "My daughter Gigi moved to New York last July and my Bella will move this July, so it will be just the two of us with my 14-year-old son, Anwar." 


Yolanda Foster is saying goodbye to her lemon trees. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and her husband, Grammy-winning musician David Foster, have listed their Malibu, Calif. mansion for $27.5 million, real estate site Trulia reports. See more photos of Real Housewives -- then and now.

On Bravo's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Yolanda, 50, and David, 64, have frequently been filmed hosting extravagant dinner parties in their stunning 11,622 square feet custom-built home. The estate has a jaw-dropping ocean view and a gorgeous infinity pool.

The property also features orchards of citrus and avocado trees. On her reality show, Yolanda has been seen picking lemons from her trees for her Master Cleanse diet. The Dutch model also showed off her glass refrigerator in her gourmet kitchen.

Inside, the three-level home has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It features an office, library, oversized custom closets, screening room, recording studio and exercise room.

Last year, Yolanda told Entertainment Tonight that she loved the backyard of her home. "I am not a city girl. I [was] born and raised on a farm, so for me, I need nature," she explained. "If I had to live in Beverly Hills seven days a week, my spirit would probably die."