By Marilyn Kalfus | [email protected] | Southern California News Group PUBLISHED: August 15, 2018 at 5:15 am | UPDATED: August 15, 2018 at 5:38 am Gina Kirschenheiter, one of two new cast members this season on “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” and her husband, Matthew, are selling their four-bedroom Coto de Caza home for $975,000. The Bravo TV personality filed for divorce from Matthew Kirschenheiter in April, claiming irreconcilable differences. She’s seeking sole physical custody and joint legal custody of their three children, ages 2-5, as well as spousal support. The new housewife, 34, was introduced in Season 13 as a Long Island, N.Y., transplant. On the show, presumably taped before April, she said her husband lives in Los Angeles during the week for work. That arrangement has made her, in large part, a single mom, Bravo says on its site, “which causes her to re-evaluate what she wants and needs in her marriage.” The couple bought the house in 24-hour, guard-gated Coto de Caza in April 2016 for $840,000, property records show. Built in 1994, the 2,208-square-foot house has an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings. The gourmet kitchen includes Viking appliances, wooden cabinets and a breakfast nook. The house has a three-car garage and is within walking distance of a community park. Jackie Guthrie of RE/MAX Evolution is the listing agent.