Reality TV star Bethenny Frankel’s Soho loft has hit the market with an asking price of US$6.995 million.
According to Toptenrealestatedeals.com, the renovated 1200sq m, full-floor apartment features 3m ceilings and oversized windows that let in plenty of natural light.
The property has an open floor plan that connects the entry foyer, massive great room, kitchen, open dining area and formal living room.
Officially a four-bedroom, three-bath home, the residence is currently configured with two bedrooms but could easily be converted to four plus the office.
The primary suite is spacious and airy, with a custom-designed, built-in headboard, luxurious bathroom with both a shower and a free-standing soaking tub, massive walk-in closet and separate beauty room.
The second bedroom is enhanced by a customised wardrobe and city-quiet windows.
The kitchen includes built-in stainless steel appliances, lacquer-finished cabinetry, a central island and a waterfall marble countertop with seating for six.
A custom marble-and-stone bar enhances the living room, while another wet bar is concealed within the gorgeous media room that also includes a fireplace.
Frankel rose to fame when she finished runner-up on The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, before appearing on eight seasons of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York. She then became the star of her own program The Big Shot with Bethenny.
The residence is a part of the historic Manhattan neighbourhood of Soho, which is known for its art galleries, high-end boutiques, world-class dining, and some of the country’s most expensive real estate.