Bethenny Frankel has built an empire for herself, first through her role on The Real Housewives of New York City and again with her successful food and drink brand Skinny Girl. Now the businesswoman is adding yet another Hamptons home to her impressive real estate portfolio, Trulia reports. Frankel reportedly closed on the seven-bedroom, six-bathroom estate in the Bridgehampton enclave for $2.5 million today.
Spanning 4239 square feet, the traditional-style home, known as Morning Glory House, was a former bed and breakfast built back in 1910. The home still features a welcoming wraparound porch, formal entry hall, and a wood-carved staircase, in addition to an exercise room, an enormous gunite swimming pool, and large ceiling skylights, which were added later on. Step inside Frankel's brand-new Hamptons respite below.
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