Less than a year after Bethenny Frankel purchased the historic Morning Glory House for $2,037,000, The Real Housewives of New York City and Keeping It Real Estate star has decided to put the property back on the market.
Located in Bridgehampton Village, Frankel’s soon to be former estate is listed for $2,995,000. The 4,239 sq.ft. abode boasts 7 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. It was built in 1910, and previously served as a bed and breakfast known as the Morning Glory House. The house was renovated by architect Brian O’Keefe of BOKA, who updated the home, but incorporated charming elements of the old with the new modern touches.
The wraparound porch in the front makes a grand entrance, which seamlessly continues into the spacious formal entry hall that features dark hardwood floors, a skylight, hand-carved staircase, and board and batten details. The home also boasts an exercise room, as well as a spacious gunite swimming pool and bluestone patios.
The property was listed exclusively with Kathleen Conway of Town & Country Real Estate who noted, “Bethenny was fabulous to work with and saw the property as a great investment.”