Sonja Morgan's townhouse is not only full of glitz and glamour, but it has also been some highly sought-after lodging for at least two of The Real Housewives of New York City ladies so far. So it's no wonder why Sonja is staying put in her Upper East Side abode, shutting down rumors that she is thinking about putting her home on the market earlier this year.
But is keeping her townhouse a smart real estate move? One caller asked Million Dollar Listing New York's Steve Gold just that during Wednesday night's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen After Show. "It's not the right time to sell right now," Steve said.
And Steve knows what he's talking about, not only because he's a successful real estate agent, but also because he had an initial meeting with Sonja at her townhouse to check out the property. "It was a mess. She was cleaning up. Her intern was helping her with things, so it wasn't the time to sell it," he explained. "She wasn't quite ready, and she told me that before, so it wasn't the time then, and I'm assuming it's still not the time, which is why she hasn't called me — or remembered me."
Sonja went on to clarify that she hasn't called Steve because of his dangerously good looks. We mean, could she really juggle "Frenchie," Rocco, and Steve all at once? We're with Sonja on this one.
Getting back to business, Sonja reiterated that it's "definitely not the right time to sell Upper East Side townhouses under $15 million." But, she added, "I will tell you, when I find something I really love, I'll move."
Steve also said that Sonja's townhouse is "an incredible property." With more than 4,000 square feet, five floors, a full basement, a backyard, a balcony, and beautiful views of NYC, we totally don't blame Sonja for holding onto this space.
Go inside Sonja's crib, below.
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