The Most Bizarre Homes From The Real Housewives

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  The Most Bizarre Homes From The Real Housewives

As an original New York housewife, Alex McCord appeared on the show’s first four seasons. While the rest of the housewives lived in Manhattan, Alex kept it real in a Brooklyn brownstone with her husband, Simon McCord, and their two sons. In the first season, viewers were shocked to see that the townhouse was under construction and has unfinished floors when Bethenny Frankel stops by for a visit. The couple gave the home some major renovations during the second season, completing a kitchen, basement, living space, and installing beautiful wood flooring. 

Once the remodels were completed, Alex invited the other housewives over for a party, as per IMDb. However, the girls were less than thrilled about having to make the trip over to Brooklyn. And after seeing the renovations, they had no shortage of negative opinions. Bethenny calls the house “bordello and gothic,” probably due to the red and black living room color scheme.

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