Bravo TV star Sonja Morgan is putting her Upper East Side townhouse up for auction with Concierge Auctions. The empty-nester, who joined the cast of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City from 2010 to 2021, made the decision to sell her home before the pandemic. 

The auction process in association with Concierge Auctions aligns with my goal to sell at market value in an efficient and timely manner. I was poised to list with Concierge Auctions just before COVID, so now is finally the time to take advantage of the moment.

Sonja Morgan

Morgan’s well-known five-story, 4,650-square-foot home has four bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, a 35-foot garden and solarium, and even a secret elevator. 

Everything in this home radiates elegance, from the mosaic floor at the foyer entrance to the two-bedroom apartment suite on the fifth floor. 

This townhouse has been a cherished Morgan and Adams home for decades. In addition to raising my daughter here, we entertained heads of state, royalty, luminaries, and Fortune 500 CEOs. In addition, memories were made over the years, including hosting my daughter’s friends from boarding school and university, and so many noteworthy moments were filmed by NBC for Bravo and Peacock TV. Now, as an empty nester, I am ready to share this turnkey, easy-to-manage jewel over to someone new to enjoy as we did.

Sonja Morgan

Read on for some floor-by-floor details and images. 

Townhouse details

Morgan’s townhouse is located at 162 East 63rd Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, near Madison Avenue and Central Park. 

First floor: 

  • Grand foyer
  • Secluded garden (accessible via French doors off the foyer)
  • Solarium with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Mahogany staircase
  • Living room and solarium
  • Mosaic hardwood floors
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Second floor: 

  • Elegant formal dining room with a wood-burning fireplace
  • Sunlit eat-in kitchen with heritage quality Country Floors red clay and emblem flooring and expansive windows with views of the garden
  • Guest bedroom or library with full bathroom
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Third floor: 

  • Primary suite with sitting room, fireplace, and balcony
  • Views of the private garden below
  • En suite bathroom with walk-in shower and separate bathtub with mosaic tile
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Fourth floor: 

  • Bedroom #2 with full bathroom and large balcony
  • Full gym-style bathroom that “can also be used as a bedroom”

Fifth floor: 

  • Two-bedroom apartment-style suite with cozy fireplace
  • Full bathroom with shower tub
  • Kitchenette

This townhouse is a perfect match for its Upper East Side neighborhood—elegant, stately, and New York through and through. As the property auction leader for the world’s finest, Manhattan real estate it is sure to be of interest to our extensive network of buyers. We’re proud to be able to offer up this beautiful home for its next owner.

Chad Roffers

Co-founder and CEO of Concierge Auctions

In cooperation with Adam Modlin—president and founder of the Modlin Group—the auction for Morgan’s home, listed at $7.5 million, is set to open May 15 and close on May 29 via the Concierge Auctions online marketplace. 

Bidding will likely start between $1.75 million and $3.75 million. 

This exquisite home, situated within one of New York’s most iconic tree-lined blocks, exudes luxury and prestige in every square foot. Each of the five floors is a world-class example of design, having been lived in and furnished by internationally-renowned figures. We’re excited to partner with Concierge Auctions as this pinnacle of Upper East Side living embarks on its next chapter.

Adam Modlin

President and founder of the Modlin Group

Check out the listing on the Concierge Auctions website for more details.