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.