If we know anything about Bethenny Frankel, it’s that she radiates good design taste. Whether we’re sneaking peeks of her stunning New York City apartment or her beautiful Hamptons home, everything from the furnishings to the lighting to the artwork to the accessories are modern and chic.
It was no surprise, then, that when we got a tour of her new Bridgehampton home on tonight’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York City each room was like something out of a magazine. Dubbed the Morning Glory House, the property was built in 1910 and is 4,239 square feet. It comprises of a whopping seven bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. (And yes, it's also the same home that Ramona Singer said she would never buy because it's "on the highway.")
“I purchased this house sort of on a whim,” Bethenny said while walking her friend and real estate developer Barbara Kavovit through the home. “Just because I couldn’t resist it, I thought it was a great deal and I loved it. I’m not sure if I should sell it or just keep renting it?”
And to say Barbara was gushing over the house would be an understatement — she most definitely thought Bethenny should not sell. “Oh my god, this is Architectural Digest!” Barbara said during the tour. “This house is amazing. I mean it has such great bones. The staircase, the walls, the moldings. It’s like an orgasm.”
While Bethenny was then debating whether or not to put the house on the market, we now know that she ended up listing the home last year, and it’s currently still for sale for $2.75 million. Want to see more? Check out the photos below and be sure to tune into RHONY on Wednesdays at 9/8c!
Built in 1910, the Victorian home is nestled behind gates and hedges.
The master bedroom is located on the home's second floor.
Natural light floods the sitting area flanking the entryway.
In addition to a formal living room, the home also has a more relaxed family room that is resplendent in breezy, beachy vibes.
Chock full of high-end appliances, the kitchen is adjacent to a mudroom and a side courtyard.
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