bethenny frankel forks out $2.5 million on a second luxury home in the hamptons... complete with seven bedrooms, a swimming pool and a gym
The 47-year-old reality TV star and Skinnygirl cocktail entrepreneur are believed to have come up with about $2.
5 million luxury hotel with seven bedrooms, a swimming pool and its own gym.
The 4,239-square-foot mansion sits on more than half an acre of land, although it was initially listed for $2.
95 million, the last asking price is $2.
49 million issue of The New York Post.
The property in Bridgehampton was called the House of the morning glory in its previous incarnation --and-breakfast.
Built in 1910bedroom, five-and-a-half-
Brian O\'Keefe, the architect of Boca, and Dennis Boyle, a local builder, renovated the bathroom. The shingle-
The style structure has a formal entrance hall with dark hardwood floors, skylight and hand made
The comfortable living room has a warm stone fireplace with a view to the vast garden, and the interior design is bright and relaxed.
Top Gourmet Kitchenof-the-
Stainless steel production line equipment including stove and double refrigerator-freezer.
The hotel also has a gym and an outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by a blue stone terrace, perfect for hosting summer guests.
This is not the first purchase in the region;
In 2015, when she was five years old
According to the report at the time, the bedroom property in Wood Lane, Bridgehampton.
The final purchase price of the house, which went public on 2013, was $3.
2 million, it is not clear.
But don\'t expect her to move into a new home permanently with her 7-year-old daughter, Bryn, who shares with her estranged ex-boyfriend
Husband, Jason Hopey.
A Bethenny spokesperson told the Post that instead of selling her first home, she bought the second as an investment property.
Beverly Hills star\'s real housewife is one of the speakers at the Massachusetts Women\'s Conference at the Boston Convention Center on Thursday.
The celebrity in a white sleeveless top and a black mini skirt looks stylish
Skirt, shared the stage with Linda Henry, general manager of Boston Globe.