Inside RHONY star Sonja Morgan's massive $8.75M NYC townhouse featuring five stories, balcony and garden with koi pond

REAL Housewives of New York star Sonja Morgan’s massive $8.7 million New York City townhouse is still on the market, as it features five stories, two balconies, a garden with a koi pond and more luxurious amenities. 

Sonja, 57, listed the townhouse for sale on November 11, 2019 for $10,750,000.

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The listing was removed on July 10, 2020.

The Real Housewives of New York put the townhouse back on the market with a “Covid discount” of $8,750,000 on August 17, 2020. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal the home remains for sale for same asking price today.

The historic five-story home features five bedrooms and six bathrooms.





The kitchen boasts wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and an island. 

One of the bathrooms has white tile with a crystal chandelier over the bathtub. 

The bedrooms have hardwood floors with a full-width balcony in the master suite.

The house features a sauna, gym, library and more. 




Sonja remodeled the entire home in 2020. 

She told DailyMail of her inspiration: “I said, okay, I'm going to take the advice of Bethenny [Frankel] and Ramona [Singer] and just go all white, brass, glass – things that really weren't in my vocabulary or my home before.”

The outdoor area has a landscaped garden of 575-square feet with a fountain and koi pond. There is also a 150-square foot terrace on the fourth floor.

Sonja told DailyMail of the outdoor space: “I have a love for nature and this is where I meditate. I have my rose bushes and I have my fish pond.” 



The Upper East Side townhouse was built in 1989. 

She shared the home with her ex-husband John Adams Morgan, who she married to from 1998 to 2006. 

They share daughter Quincy together. 

On the season premiere of The Real Housewives of New York, Sonja explained why she is back to living in the townhouse. 


She said: “I had to move back here because I rented the apartment while this was rented. When the pandemic struck, forget it! This wasn’t rented or sold. I had to move back here.

“If no one is renting the townhouse I can’t be shelling out cash every month to rent my pied-à-terre in Columbus Circle.

“I am a guest in my own house until this gets rented or sold.” 

She then said of her financial situation: “The money comes in the money goes out to support a house like this and I just had a big deal go South. I just can’t seem to catch a break.”

Sonja is referring to her clothing line at Century 21. The clothing store filed for bankruptcy and closed all locations amid the pandemic. 

Sonja added: “I feel like the rug has been pulled out from under me again.”

She had Eboni Williams, Leah McSweeney, Luann De Lesseps and Ramona Singer over for brunch on the premiere. 

On the show, new housewife Eboni called the terrace an “enchanted garden.”

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