Bethenny Frankel sells Hamptons house weeks after selling Soho apartment

New York Post

Jennifer Gould Keil
Feb. 20, 2020

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“Real Housewives of New York” alum Bethenny Frankel has sold a Bridgehampton home for $2.28 million, sources tell The Post. It had been on the market for $2.99 million.

The seven-bedroom spread at 2623 Montauk Highway is 4,239 square feet and comes with its own swimming pool. She bought it for $2.03 million in 2017.

The Bridgehampton spread is reportedly an investment property for the reality star and entrepreneur. Frankel also owns a five-bedroom home on Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton.

This traditional, shingle-style house was built around 1910 and had formerly been operated as a bed and breakfast known as the Morning Glory House.

Recently renovated, it sits on just over half an acre and comes with hedges and gates for privacy. The home, which also features a wraparound veranda, opens to a foyer and a hand-carved staircase lit from above by a skylight. There are also modern details, like a white marble wet bar, and a double set of French doors that lead to the bluestone patio and pool.

The listing broker for the property was Caroline Sarraf, of Compass. The buyer was repped by Vincent Abbate of Nest Seekers International.

This sale comes just weeks after Frankel found a buyer for her Soho apartment.

In late January, according to the Observer, she sold her renovated two-bedroom  condo on Mercer Street for $3.65 million — $550,000 less than the $4.2 million she paid for it in 2014.

She had cut its asking price in April 2019 to lure buyers.


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