Well, Octomom Nadya Suleman and her 14 children are enjoying life in Palmdale, according to the AP, despite their house being egged a few weeks after move-in. Suleman moved to the desert from La Habra earlier this month after her long-troubled house finally reverted to the bank in June. (She bought the house in 2009 and was behind on payments/close to foreclosure for ages; a Vivid exec at one point offered to cover the mortgage in exchange for assorted creepiness.) Now the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has been flipped back on the market, with, it looks like, very little work done in the meanwhile. Earlier this year, TMZ reported that "the plumbing in the house is shot, and only one toilet is operational," plus there was all kinds of writing on the walls and various other damage. The new listing says the house "needs some imagination," but has "plenty of room for just about everything," plus a yard with a covered patio. The bank took the house for $355,643, according to Redfin. It's now listed for $475,000.
· 2051 MADONNA Ln [Redfin]
· Octomom Archives [Curbed LA]