Is Dorinda Medley saying goodbye to the Huge Apple?
The “Actual Housewives of New York Metropolis” alum simply bought her house at 120 E. 87th St. for slightly below $2.5 million — barely above her $2.495 million asking price, in line with property data.
However the “Make it nice!” maven gained’t go far — she promised.
“Not leaving,” Medley, 57, advised The Submit when she listed the property in February. “Only a change after 21 years.”
The present star of “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” — ex-wives version — purchased the two-bedroom, two-bath unit for $1.2 million in 2006. It comes with 14-foot ceilings, outsized home windows, hardwood flooring, a chef’s kitchen and plenty of cupboard space.
The stylish residence is on the Park Avenue Courtroom, a 17-story constructing that when served as Gimbels Division Retailer earlier than it was transformed to condominiums in 1989. Legendary architectural agency Skidmore, Owings & Merrill realized its residential renovation.
Constructing facilities embody a landscaped roof deck, a courtyard, a health club, a pool, a youngsters’s playroom, a yoga studio, storage and an adjoining storage.
Whereas she has been spending most of her days in her glamorous and custom-designed Berkshires residence — recognized to loyal Bravo viewers as her beloved Blue Stone Manor — till now Medley had additionally held on to her Higher East Aspect digs.
Talking of Blue Stone Manor, that’s the setting for Season 2 of Peacock’s “The Actual Housewives Final Women Journey,” on which the customarily outspoken actuality TV star now appears. Issues got a little heated on the present after Medley called co-star Jill Zarin a lapdog. The ladies have recognized one another for 20 years — though they’d by no means been on “RHONY” on the identical time.
Sometimes, she would record her Manhattan residence — hyped as “decorator executed meticulous and intensive renovation simply accomplished” within the authentic itemizing — for lease at $9,950 a month whereas quarantining in Massachusetts in the course of the pandemic, as The Submit beforehand reported.
“Opposite to what some might imagine, I’m not leaving New York Metropolis,” Medley told People journal.
“However 2022 for me is about change,” she added. “I see my life otherwise now, and I would like an house that’s extra suited to my life-style; an house that’s all mine. It’s time to start out a brand new chapter in a unique location.”
Gladys (Laurie) Cooper, who has appeared on “RHONY,” and her son, Michael Cooper, each of Douglas Elliman, held the itemizing.
— Extra reporting by Mary Ok. Jacob