How Does Sonja Morgan Feel Now That She's Not Living in Her Epic NYC Townhouse?

The Real Housewives of New York City mom rented out her famous pad.

Sonja Morgan revealed in the epilogue of the Season 13 finale of The Real Housewives of New York City that she had finally found a renter for her showstopping townhouse in New York City's Upper East Side for the full asking price of $32,000 per month. The 4,000-square-foot home has five floors, a big backyard, balcony, chef's kitchen, full basement, elevator and stunning views of NYC, so it probably was bittersweet to move. How does Sonja feel now that she's been out for several months?

"Lighter, freer," she said during a panel at 2018 Tribeca Talks. "I feel so good that finally I can feel secure having my daughter out of her childhood home and she’s on her way. I did my job as a mom, I really feel."

It helps that she is happy in her more modest new Columbus Circle digs, right by Central Park.

“I found a great apartment, it’s so my style, I have a fireplace and a little balcony,” she told Andy Cohen at the reunion. “It’s not too high rise, ’cause I don’t like high rises, I’m only on the 12th floor.”

"Yes, I enjoy it and my poodle and I walk across the street right into the park," she shared.

Sounds like everything turned out the way it was meant to happen.

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