Ramona Singer is closing a major chapter of her life.
After living in her New York City apartment for the past 20 years, the Real Housewives of New York City is preparing to say goodbye to her 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom home after putting it on the market for $4.9 million.
On June 4, People magazine shared details of theUpper East Side listing, revealing that the 61-year-old’s home will be sold with the help of realtors Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon of Douglas Elliman.
“I’m an empty nester,” Ramona told the magazine, adding that her 23-year-old daughter Avery recently moved out. “It’s time for something new.”
While the end of Ramona and Mario’s marriage was quite contentious, Ramona chose to stay in the home after giving it a massive remodel post-split.
Throughout the living and dinning rooms, Ramona’s home boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, which perfectly frame the panoramic views of the Big Apple.
In the kitchen, Ramona has stainless steel appliances, gorgeous white marble countertops, and an eat-in nook.
Ramona’s bedrooms, including the one previously lived in by Avery, also boast gorgeous views of the city.
In addition to the many great features of Ramona’s apartment, potential residents will also have access to a number of building amenities, including a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a live-in resident manager, and a landscaped roof deck overlooking the city.
Months ago, Ramona put her 7,000-square-feet Hamptons vacation home on the market for $165,000 for an August to Labor Day rental.
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