Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer has officially parted ways with her beloved Upper East Side apartment of 20 years. The empty-nester decided to list the four-bedroom Yorkville abode last year and downsize to a smaller space now that her 24-year-old daughter, Avery Singer, is no longer living at home. She initially listed the unit for $4.995 million and, as The Real Deal reports, just closed for a little over $4 million. Singer has already found a new home about 20 blocks south, where she’s been settling in with her old furniture. “It’s good when you move that you have your same furniture, ’cause it makes you feel familiar and not so strange,” she recently told Bravo.
The 2,468 square-foot home is a corner unit on the 16th floor of a luxury condominium building, filled with large, sunny windows and panoramic city views. The home is anchored around an expansive living and dining area. In 2017 Singer oversaw an extensive renovation that made the space more modern and the layout more open by knocking down a wall in the kitchen, which is now fully open.
The master suite is decked out with a walk-in closet and a marble-clad bathroom with a deep soaking tub and glass-lined steam shower. There are three other bedrooms, separated from the living space and master for privacy. An alternate floor plan with the listing showed that there’s plenty of room for a fifth bedroom to be added in.
The home is unsurprisingly full of modern conveniences, like a washer/dryer and an integrated audio system. The full-service condominium offers a full-time doorman and concierge and a landscaped roof deck with more city views.
[Via The Real Deal]
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Neighborhoods : Upper East Side