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Sonja Morgan Gives a Full Tour of Her Renovated Townhouse: "I Feel Like a Visitor"

The Upper East Side home's new design was inspired by some of Sonja's RHONY castmates. 

By Abby Feiner
Sonja Morgan Townhouse

After renovating her Upper East Side townhouse, Sonja Morgan is still getting used to the home's new-and-improved look. "It's a big change for me," The Real Housewives of New York City cast member said in the DailyMailTV interview below. "I feel like a visitor!"

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When it came time to bring in new furniture and décor for the home, Sonja turned to some of her current and former RHONY castmates. "I said, OK, I'm gonna take the advice of Bethenny [Frankel] and Ramona [Singer] and just go all white, brass, glass," she explained. "Things that really weren't in my vocabulary or my home before."

In an Instagram Story earlier this month, Sonja showed off one of her stunning bathrooms, which now boasts a freestanding bathtub, a luxurious chandelier, two large windows adorned with plants, and a white faux fur rug. In the video below Sonja explained the she brought the light fixtures "back from Venice" and has "a bidet in every [bath]room." 

While Sonja put the home on the market for $10.75 million in March, she has since reduced the price to $8.75 million, which, according to the video below, she describes as her "COVID discount." While Sonja didn't share how she feels about bringing the price down, her friend Josh Flagg is likely in support of the reduction.

"I said she should have sold it like 10 years ago," the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in July. "She never prices it appropriately."

Sonja opened up about her choice to sell the house on RHONY's September 3 episode.  "At this point, this house is nothing more than a financial drain, an emotional drain," she said at the time. "I want to be footloose, fancy free. I have worked so hard to get to this point. I don't want to be house heavy."

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