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On The Real Housewives of New York City's Thursday, April 9, episode, the cast members left the concrete jungle in hopes of spending a relaxing few days at Ramona Singer's South Hampton abode. While Ramona prefaced the gathering by saying she wanted "a fun weekend just enjoying each other's company," unsurprisingly, things went a bit off plan in when tensions started running high. Still, theres no doubt the women enjoyed the amenities of the stunning home. Well, almost all of them.
From contention stemming from the group's judgment of new cast member Leah McSweeney's tattoos during some casual backyard conversation to Luann de Lessep's anger over her room assignment, the house became far more than just a gorgeous backdrop to the ladies' drama-filled weekend.
Scroll down for photos of Ramona's chic vacation house, including the lush outdoor greenery, sleek white kitchen, and, of course, the lower level that had Luann up in arms.
From outside, the multi-floor home's paneled windows are visible in addition to lush greenery and eye-catching concrete lion statues.
Like much of the house, the home's entryway is adorned with minimalist white, gray, and black accents. The foyer is kept mainly empty, save for a piano and a sizable mirror on one of the walls.
White and Bright
The sleek all-white kitchen boasts state-of-the-art appliances and an expansive marble island counter topped with a variety of yellow flowers.
Just steps away from her kitchen, Ramona has ample seating for guests with a sleek dark table (topped with sunflowers, of course) and a white coffee table flanked by matching chairs just in front of the fireplace.
While most of the house is kept neutral in terms of color, the room Dorinda Medley resided in throughout the weekend has green walls that pop against the bed's crisp white sheets and matching upholstered headboard.
Double the Fun
Leah's room for the weekend, next door to Tinsley Mortimer's, featured gray and white twin beds and black-and-white photographs on the walls.
The most controversial room in the house was located on the lowest floor, where Luann was not exactly thrilled to be staying for the weekend. While adjusting the air conditioning in the room may not be an option, as seen on the episode, the space does come with a couple of major perks: its own entrance to the house and a personal lounging area located on the same floor.
Amid the lush greenery, Ramona's backyard also features a sizable pool. Perfect for entertaining, her patio has matching circular wooden tables with umbrellas and a separate seating area with bright cushions and a classic wooden coffee table set.
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