Ramona Singer Lists Her Renovated Upper East Side Apartment for $4.9 Million: See Inside
The Real Housewives of New York City star, 61, is moving on from the home she's lived in for over 20 years
Ramona Singer Is Selling Her N.Y.C. Pad
Don't worry: Ramona Singer isn't leaving the Big Apple. But the Real Housewives of New York City star has put her Upper East Side apartment on the market for a cool $4.995 million with realtors Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon of Douglas Elliman - and for a good reason, too. "I'm an empty nester," Singer tells PEOPLE exclusively, explaining that her 23-year-old daughter Avery has recently moved out of the 4-bed, 3.5-bath home. "It's time for something new."
Redesigned and Renovated
Singer has lived in the breathtaking corner property for over 20 years. After her divorce from ex-Mario in 2014, the reality star stayed in the space, but recently gave it a top-to-bottom sophisticated and sublime makeover.
A Sprawling Space
The expansive living and dining room - wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows - offers plenty of room for entertaining with 9' 3" beamed ceilings and panoramic views of N.Y.C.
Among the new additions is Singer's open chef's kitchen with an eat-in nook. It has been tastefully appointed with white marble countertops and top-of-the-line stainless-steel appliances.
A Peaceful Master Suite
Separated from the living space and other bedrooms is a gracious master bedroom suite, which includes skyline views and a walk-in closet.
And an Excellent En-Suite
The master also has an en-suite, five-fixture marble bathroom with a soaking tub, glass enclosed shower and double vanity.
Three generously sized bedrooms and two full bathrooms offer space for a growing family, while a fifth bedroom can easily be added.
Additional apartment features include a powder room, a washer/dryer, abundant storage, an integrated audio system and a welcoming entry gallery.
Singer's apartment is in a full-service condominium building with a 24-hour doorman and concierge, live-in resident manager, and a beautifully landscaped common roof deck overlooking the city. Close to public transportation - as well as some of the best shopping, dining, and museums in Manhattan - the building gives buyers all the best N.Y.C. has to offer.