Exterior photograph (L) by Alexandra Arnold Living place photo (R) by Mick Hales. Courtesy of Airbnb.
The fish place, the creepy Halloween decorations, “I manufactured it awesome!” — IYKYK. Bravo’s “The Serious Housewives of New York City” has captured a lot of an legendary second at Blue Stone Manor, former solid member Dorinda Medley’s dwelling in the Berkshires. And now you, far too, can reside like a actuality Tv set star, as Dorinda has teamed up with Airbnb to present the 1902 hilltop estate in western Massachusetts for two $100 1-night time stays on August 23 and 25.
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Dorinda, whose six-period tenure on the present finished past year, normally talked about her like for Blue Stone Manor on “Housewives.” According to the Put up, her late husband Richard Medley, a Capitol Hill aide and adviser to financier George Soros, purchased the residence as a wedding gift for just about $2 million when they obtained married in 2005. Mr. Medley passed away in 2011, so Dorinda has also spoken brazenly about the sentimentality of the dwelling.
Images of the library by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
In the Airbnb listing, Dorinda herself wrote a very little blurb:
The Tudor-design home traces again to the Gilded Age, and growing up close by (no, not in the Gilded Age), I admired the house for its grandeur and intricate element. Spanning practically 11,000-square-feet, every single and every space of the century-outdated estate is yours for admiring, as well. The eating room’s environmentally friendly hand-painted ceiling, the vibrant purple sofas of the billiards home, the gold-threaded curtains in the entry hall – I dare you to decide a favored. And have confidence in me, it’s tougher than you think.
Photograph of the residing space by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
Image of the dining home by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
Picture of the kitchen area by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
In 2020, Dorinda redid Blue Stone Manor soon after a flood induced $1 million really worth of damage. The new interiors are far more vibrant and opulent and involve “jewel-clad peacocks, sea-shelled statues, and a swell of gorgeous velvet,” according to the listing. Other high-design and style characteristics, which had been showcased in a dwelling tour for Architectural Digest, involve 19th-century reupholstered eating chairs, a Missoni runner on the stairs, a Cotswolds-model kitchen, and a coffered ceiling in the billiards home modeled soon after Hearst Castle. Furthermore, the household is set on 18 acres, so there is plenty of attractive outdoor house to appreciate.
Photo of the entry hall by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
Dorinda is away this thirty day period endorsing her new book Make It Nice and, thus, made the decision to group up with Airbnb. Two teams of up to 4 visitors just about every will get to remain overnight in the Good Barrington, Massachusetts house on both August 23 or 25. Booking opens at 12pm EDT on August 18 and each individual continue to be is $100.
Photograph of the Gothic bed room by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
Photo of the up-to-date fish bedroom by Mick Hales, courtesy of Airbnb
For those people who aren’t blessed enough to go to in person, Dorinda is web hosting a one-hour on line encounter for up to 10 friends on Friday, August 27. “Make It Pleasant and Boozy” will be “more personal cocktail get together than mixology 101” and will include things like a “lively joyful hour and in-depth dialogue about the art of internet hosting live from Blue Stone Manor.”
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