Sandra Lee Seen Returning To The Loved New York Residence She Sob-Worthily Sold In 2020

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Around three years after having sold Lily Pond, Sandra Lee could be considering repurchasing the house. On Thursday, she was seen entering the house. In preparation for her return to NYC, “Sandra is buying in the Newcastle area and the Bedford,” as per reports. She had looked for a while but hadn’t discovered anything she enjoys better than her home, Lily Pond. The source said that Lee had largely been residing in California since selling the house in 2020, but that now, due to work, she is returning to the East Coast.

According to the source, Sandra Lee will need to spend a lot in the upcoming York region for one of her upcoming television projects.

Sandra Lee All Set To Return To Her Former Neighborhood 

The worldwide lifestyle icon will also be able to rekindle her relationship with the area, where she formerly lived and served as first lady of New York while Andrew Cuomo, Governor was in office. She and Cuomo parted ways in 2019.

“Sandy had a lot of connections and support here,” an ex-neighbor and friend of the celebrity tells us. She was born and raised in New York. Everyone is excited that Sandra will be returning to the neighborhood. Sandra Lee, who has been looking at homes for two months, is being represented by Greg Schriefer from Sotheby’s International Realty. Lee sent a statement to us regarding her choice to move. She simply wants to settle down and concentrate on her personal and professional interests at this point in her life, he claims. Sandra Lee always gives her all be it in her interactions with other people, her friendships, or her professional goals.

She has been attempting to act in her best interests. “She deserves it, in my opinion, considering everything she has gone through, sacrificed, and done”, concluded Greg Schriefer.

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