The Real Housewives of New York City real estate developer recently responded to reports that she owes $2.4 million on the property to Deutsche Bank and is facing foreclosure.
“Part of being an entrepreneur means that business and life can sometimes take unexpected turns,” Barbara told Page Six in a statement. “In 2015, I filed for personal bankruptcy protection which has been discharged, and am currently in settlement discussions with Deutsche Bank, with every expectation this will be concluded soon.”
In the meantime, you can enjoy clambakes in the backyard for a cool six figures: $130,000 to stay on the property for the rest of July, all of August, and through Labor Day. Let's take a virtual tour inside and see what that'll get you.
A home cook's dream, this kitchen has plenty of room to make your biggest and best feasts.
The relaxing living room is flooded with beautiful natural light.
The grandest of the home's five bedrooms looks like the coziest place to sleep and recharge.
We don't know about you, but we'd probably spend most of the summer just relaxing in this opulent bathroom with huge tub and glass shower. Now this is Hamptons living!
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