Bobbi Kristina Brown’s $600K Georgia Townhome Where She Was Found Unconscious Is Up for Sale

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The townhouse where Bobbi Kristina Brown died in 2015 has been listed for sale.

The home in Alpharetta, Georgia was previously owned by Brown’s mother, Whitney Houston, who died three years prior to her daughter. The 2,600-square-foot space is listed for $599,000.

“Once owned by the incredibly talented Whitney Houston, own a piece of history,” the listing reads. “Exclusive gated community situated on the Chattahoochee River with top amenities, including clubhouse, swim/tennis, park, pet walk & private walking trails.”

The home is described as a “luxury Craftsman-European style townhome,” featuring an open floor plan, three bedrooms, a terrace and an elevator. It was first listed for $470,000 in December 2015, five months after Brown’s death.

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