RHONJ's Melissa Gorga shares video of massive new mansion's construction after she and husband Joe sell $2.5M NJ home

MELISSA Gorga shared a video of her massive new mansion with husband Joe, after the couple sold their $2.5M New Jersey home.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, 42, was seen jumping for joy in the short clip shared to her Instagram page.

As the song Level Up by Ciara played in the background, the video showed the outside of the huge property surrounded by snow.

Taking the camera inside, a construction crew could be seen working on the interior of the mansion.

Melissa captioned the video with the words: "We working. Time for a change. LET’s do this!"

Melissa is married to Joe and they have four children together.

The couple are moving on after selling their $2.5M family home in New Jersey – following reports they originally listed it for $4.5M.

Announcing the sale, Melissa wrote at the time: "Our family home for the last 12 years is Officially Sold (heartbroken emoji).

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"We’ve made so many memories in this home. We were blessed to be able to share so many of them with all of you, @bravotv & the #RHONJ viewers."

The RHONJ star added: "I love that I can always watch the reruns and remember the good times we had in it. I’m excited to start new beginnings with my family."

Their new property in Franklin Lakes was purchased back in June.

Originally made up of five bedrooms and six bathrooms, the property sits on nearly 1.5 acres of land.

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