Offbeat Bethenny Frankel lists historic Hamptons home for $3M seven months after buying

16:31  16 may  2018
16:31  16 may  2018 Source:   curbed.com

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Latest News: Celebrity Homes ,Latest News. Bethenny Frankel Buys Second Hamptons Home . The Real Housewife of New York City, who is co-starring in a new real estate-based Bravo TV show, has purchased the historic Morning Glory House at 2623 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, which

A post shared by Bethenny Frankel (@ bethennyfrankel ) on Dec 2, 2017 at 8:27am PST. Built in 1910, the home was listed in 2016 for $ 3 .2 million, but after a couple price cuts, the home was most recently asking ,495,000 Bethenny Frankel snaps up second Hamptons retreat [New York Post].

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She purchased it for just over $2M and recently listed it for $3M

Just seven months ago in October of 2017, Real Housewives star and businesswoman Bethenny Frankel purchased the historic Morning Glory House—built in 1910—at 2623 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. Last asking $2,495,000, Frankel closed on the property for $2,037,000.

Once a bed and breakfast, the Morning Glory House is now back on the market for $2,995,000 under Compass Real Estate agent, Caroline Sarraf.

Frankel put a bit of work into the home—most notably changing the wall color in the living and dining spaces and updating the bathrooms—but the kitchen looks mostly untouched. The exterior looks like it’s been refreshed with new shingles.

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Reality star and boss lady Bethenny Frankel has added another property to her portfolio of luxury homes . She just purchased a house in Bridgehampton, NY that was listed for a cool .495 million dollars Want Hamptons -style decor for your home ? Check out more inspiring ideas on Pinterest!

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In 4,239 square feet, there are seven bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, an entrance foyer, high ceilings, walls of windows, and a marble wet bar. There’s also a double parlor living room with a fireplace, a butler’s pantry, and professional appliances in the kitchen.

An unfinished third floor could be used as an office or play room once it’s been finished.

French doors lead outside, where the hedged and gated property features a wraparound veranda, a heated gunite pool, stone patios, and exterior dining and lounging areas.

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Buy . Homes for Sale. FREE List a property. It's the second Hamptons property for the Bravolebrity turned tycoon. It’s safe to say that Bethenny Frankel has come a long way.

Bethenny Frankel ’s Decorating Style: ‘Half of My House Is From T.J. Maxx’. “Most people here would never tell someone they bought something from T.J. Maxx,” she says of the Hamptons scene, “but I’m not going to pretend I’m somebody I’m not.”

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