Sonja Morgan Re-Lists Manhattan Home With Real Estate Veteran Thomas Wexler in Hopes of Finally Unloading Longtime Townhouse – The Real Housewives
On the market yet again!
Sonja Morgan is re-listing her iconic Upper East Side townhouse!
The Real Housewives of New York star recently put her townhouse on the market for $8.75 million. This comes nearly a year after Sonja was forced to take the property off the market after eight years without an offer.
This time around, Sonja has enlisted the services of real estate veteran Thomas Wexler, who specializes in townhouses.
“Back when Sonja Morgan (and her husband) purchased the house, we represented the sellers at the time,” Wexler told The Post. “We have sold this house three times before, way back in the day, including the time we sold it to Sonja.”
“She now has the best townhouse broker that you can find anywhere,” Wexler continued. “I think this is a good time to put it on the market. The house is priced well, and it should sell.”
Sonja’s 5,500-square-foot, 5-floor townhouse, located on 63rd street, features an elevator, five bedrooms, and six bathrooms.
“Among the glories of this house are the custom mosaic floors in the full-width entryway and the two large master baths with nautical motifs personal to the Morgan family. Mr. Morgan, his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, J.P. Morgan, were all noted yachtsmen and Commodores of the New York Yacht Club,” the listing previously stated.
Other property amenities include a sauna, a gym, a library, and an outdoor space with a landscaped garden that spans 575 square feet. There is also a 150-square-foot terrace located on the fourth floor.
Take a look inside Sonja’s infamous townhouse below!
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