Inside Kenya Moore's Atlanta Home

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" are infamous for many things. Their quick-wit, hilarious arguments, impeccable shade throwing, and overall throw-downs. The show has amassed huge success over the span of 13 years. As the third installment of "The Real Housewives" franchise, Atlanta holds its own as one of the most iconic. As the housewives became "very rich" a la Nene Leakes, their lifestyles began to reflect it more and more (via Buzzfeed News). One of the most notable constant changes in the show are the homes.

The housewives seem to constantly be moving to bigger and better homes across Atlanta. As with anything that goes down on the shows, the homes also usher in their own drama. One of the most memorable home battles on the show was Moore Manor vs Chateau Sheree during Season 8. From the very beginning of the season, Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield clashed over whose home would complete construction first (via E!). While Moore won the battle, her home's journey had a bumpy ride and was only recently completed.

Moore also has had a bumpy road on "RHOA." She is the most equally loved and hated cast member, and though she has been heavily criticized, she has had a rocky couple of years, so fans are happy to see her creating the dream home she wanted. Let's take a look at her Atlanta home.

Kenya Moore renovated her backyard for herself post-divorce

After a 4-year marriage to Marc Daly, Kenya Moore filed for divorce in 2021 after sharing the toxic environment they had on the show (via Page Six). One good thing that came of the divorce, was that it inspired Moore to proceed with a backyard renovation she always wanted.

Moore moved into her modern home that she named "Moore Manor" in 2016. Despite receiving a lot of criticism from her castmates, she was proud of her home and happy in it (via People). She shared an official tour of the stunning bathroom she personally designed and handpicked in an exclusive tour for Bravo TV, Moore loved showing off the rest of her home — from her kitchen to her favorite room,  the glam room.

In Season 13 of "RHOA," Moore revealed that she was switching things up with a backyard renovation. She showed her on and off screen bestie Cynthia Bailey the new backyard, and explained the true message behind the renovation by sharing "Who knows what the future holds, I'm just making choices for myself and not considering how it's going to make Marc feel. Marc never wanted a pool and I thought, 'Oh, You don't live here anymore so I'm building a pool because it's what I wanted" (via Bravo TV).