Bethenny Frankel caught the real estate bug after selling her Tribeca apartment for a cool $6.9 million—within just one day of listing it. This time, the Real Housewives of New York star is back in the game as she put her Soho apartment up for grabs in February. To own it, you’ll just need a love for white, modern design… and $5.25 million.
The 46-year-old reality star purchased this dreamy space in October 2014 for $4.2 million during her public divorce from Jason Hoppy, and since renovating the space, it’s as every bit as fancy as you’d expect. What's surprising, though, is the minimalist design approach from such a colorful, over-the-top celeb!
“It was a time when I needed to get some stability for [6-year-old daughter] Bryn and myself and I needed a home for us,” she told People. “Our Soho apartment is an amazing place, but I’d like a bigger place now for both of us.”
Ready to step inside the gorgeous space? Start the slideshow to see all the enviable designs and trendy spaces in Bethenny’s former home.
This luxurious space spans 2,392 square feet, but every inch has been designed to tout a sleek, modern style. This New Yorker's sunken living room has 14-foot ceilings and this beautifully crafted fireplace for chilly winters!
Bethenny's entertaining space also features access to the building's only balcony, making this place officially perfect.
The open concept of the loft sends you right to the kitchen, which was constructed by German designer Bulthaup. It features state-of-the-art appliances and is clad in imported marble.
As if you weren't already swooning, there's a spacious wine storage in the pantry.
The reality star's master suite is quite different than other Real Housewives' styles, but it looks like the perfect place to relax in luxury.
And is that a glass slipper?
We know Bethenny loves some R&R, and it's pretty obvious she's a fan of some retail therapy, too. Let's face it, this floor-to-ceiling walk-in closet is bigger than your college dorm room.
With more custom imported marble, a soaking tub and a steam shower complete with a rain head, this master bath is certainly akin to Bethenny's go-to spa.
Bryn's bedroom is what childhood dreams are made of. All the sleepover essentials—space to play, hardwood floors for dancing and, of course, bunk beds—get a chic makeover in this fun space!
This interesting bathroom design is one of many unique renovations in the Soho loft. "It’s a really unique place not a cookie cutter place and I did a great renovation to make it even nicer—and more valuable,” Frankel told People.
As if it couldn't get better, 22 Mercer condos also include a full-time doorman/concierge and a roof deck.