Dorinda Medley’s second home — dubbed Blue Stone Manor — is an exquisite property any given day, any given season. Need proof? Just head to Architectural Digest for an in-depth tour of the recently-rehabbed property, which The Real Housewives of New York City matriarch was forced to completely gut after a pipe burst and caused $1 million worth of damage.
Nowadays, however, Blue Stone Manor has returned to its former glory, complete with an expanded kitchen and a glitzy library/billiards room. And its here that Dorinda and her daughter Hannah are self-quarantining — and cooking up a whole lot of meals! — during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and they’re taking full advantage of the home’s outdoor sprawl. “The great thing about being up here [in the Berkshires] is I can walk on my property because I have 13 acres and it helps so much just to get outside, for me, and listen to nature — and realize that, you know what? This too shall pass,” she told BravoTV.com. “Because like it or not, nature continues on. There’s a lesson in that. The birds are out, the trees are going to blossom.”
Well, it looks like we’re going to press pause on the “blossom” because the Berkshires just got hit with some snow... in April!
In a series of photos on her Instagram Stories, Dorinda shared a look at her snow-covered estate… and it’s just breathtaking!
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