RHONY’s Sonja Morgan Takes $10 Million Townhouse Off the Market After 8 Years Without a Buyer

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RHONY's Sonja Morgan Pulls Stunning NYC Townhouse Off The Market Again Following 8 Years Without A Buyer

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It seems Sonja Morgan‘s quest to find a buyer for her New York City townhouse has ended once again.

As fans well know, the Real Housewives of New York City star has been attempting to unload the five-story property for a number of years, and after placing it on the market last spring for $10.75 million following renovations, she pulled the listing for the fifth time last week.

According to the New York Post, Sonja, 57, originally listed the home in 2013 for $9.95 million while in the middle of a divorce from her ex-husband, John A. Morgan. But, after having no luck, she slashed the price to $7.2 million in 2015, and then she ultimately took it off the market.

Then, in 2018, she relisted the 5,500-square-foot home, but she subsequently found tenants who were willing to fork over a whopping $32,000 per month in rent. However, the renters eventually moved out, and she was forced to move back into the townhouse once again.

“I had to move back here, because I rented the apartment while this [townhouse] was rented, but when the pandemic struck, forget it! This wasn’t rented or sold. I had to move back here,” she shared on an episode of RHONY in May.

Sonja’s been very open about her struggle to sell the property, and she even admitted that it’s a “financial and emotional drain” on her.

Nevertheless, the reality star is actually fortunate that she was able to keep the home following the settlement of her five-year-long bankruptcy case, which forced her to sell her second home in France for $5.7 million. If fans recall, she filed for bankruptcy in 2010 after a movie venture with Hannibal Pictures Inc went bad.

It’s unclear if she’s planning to relist the five-bedroom, six-bathroom townhome for a sixth time or if she’s simply throwing in the towel.