After selling her iconic dance studio, "Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller is now looking to offload her Central Florida house.
Located within a gated community in Davenport, the 1,702-square-foot house comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as two living rooms, a two-person tub, and a pool.
The home is currently asking $399,999, and the listing agent is Efreen Garcia Rodriguez of La Rosa Realty Kissimmee.
Last month the era of her Abby Lee Dance Academy officially came to an end, after Miller sold her Pennsylvania dance studio for $300,000. The studio was the home of her hit show "Dance Moms," which ran on Lifetime from 2011-2017.
In 2016, Miller pleaded guilty to felony bankruptcy fraud, and served a little over a year in federal prison. A month before her release, Miller was diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma, and is currently in a wheelchair.