Sonja Morgan officially moves out of the “beloved” townhouse in New York: “Cornerstone of my life and family”

Sonja Morgan moves out and moves on.

The “Real Housewives of New York City” alum has officially moved out of her beloved New York townhouse after selling it at auction in May.

Morgan, 60, brought fans along for the big move on Friday with a series of Instagram posts, one of which showed clips of movers packing up her house.

“Thinking about the amazing memories created in our beloved townhouse—from raising my daughter to hosting unforgettable dinner parties and of course filming iconic Real Housewives scenes,” she began in the caption of one Instagram Reel she posted.

“This majestic brownstone was a cornerstone of my and family’s life, a beautiful sanctuary full of laughter and love. 💕”

“Now, as I prepare to take on a new chapter, I feel lighter and ready to return to my roots as an artist, with more time to be the creative individual that I am,” she continued.

“I am delighted to hand over this magnificent home to its next owner, who will no doubt create their own wonderful memories here. 🏡✨.”

The Reel included a clip of the reality star sentimentally brushing her teeth one last time in the 4,650-square-foot apartment.

She also posted a photo of the exterior of her former home with a bright pink Piece of Cake Move and Storage truck parked out front.

“Go away! 🥳,” she captioned the snapshot, apparently in a cheerful mood.

Finally, Morgan shared a Comic Reel that showed her asking the movers if they could pack up her koi fish, which she explained had been hers for “over 29 years” and had been purchased on a private island in Connecticut.

In the background of the video, someone pointed out that one of the fish was dead. Morgan promptly netted it out and noted that she should give the fish a proper burial when she had more time.

“I will not leave without my fish! 🐠,” she captioned the video. “End of a different kind of era… 🪦.”

Sonja talked about the sale of her home, which she bought in 1998 with her then-husband, JP Morgan heir John Morgan, for $9.1 million.

“This beloved home has been the heart of memories for our family for decades. Now, as we move forward, it’s time for someone else to build their own memories here, just like we did,” she told Page Six in an exclusive statement on the 30 on May

“I know now was the time for this beautiful townhouse on the Upper East Side to begin its next chapter.”

Sonja also described the move as “a weight lifted off [her] shoulders” that would allow her to attend to other things.

“It facilitates my creativity in my other important endeavors as well. Wherever I go I go,” she noted.

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The mother of one originally put the 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home on the market in 2013 for $9.95 million following her and John’s acrimonious divorce.

After it sat with no buyers, she lowered the price to $7.2 million and then tried to rent it out for $35,000 a month in 2018.

She eventually sold the sprawling residence for $4.45 million.

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