ANDY Cohen has given fans a glimpse of his stunning oceanfront vacation home in the Hamptons.
The Bravo host – who usually lives in Manhattan – has been filming recent episodes of Watch What Happens Live from the waterfront home, which he’s sharing with his young son Benjamin.
The 52-year-old – who is also the executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise – is hunkering down in his luxurious vacation home which boasts spectacular ocean views.
The house has an inviting exterior, with plenty of space and ocean air.
His yard is an idyllic place to relax, with tall grass and the sound of ocean waves lapping in the background.
At night, he has a pretty deck which is lit by a string of fairy lights, at the waterside.
The interiors are just as inviting, with plenty to showcase Andy’s style and personality, as well as the Hamptons theme.
It features a bright red wall covered in polka dots, and a cushioned seat covered with embroidered pillows.
The room also has shelves for Andy’s memorabilia, which includes a glittering Buddha statue, a blue Snoopy figurine, and the Andy Cohen doll that baby Benjamin was recently introduced to.
It’s not only a summer retreat as his father’s day video revealed a stone fireplace which would be cozy in the winter,
The mantle is filled with classy white orchids, candles, and – naturally – a giant letter A.
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Andy caught coronavirus back in March and was isolated from his young son while he recovered.
He said he’s not entirely recovered from the virus.
The dad-of-one revealed to Extra that he still has “cloudiness” in his lung but doctors are not overly concerned right now.
He said: “I had a chest X-ray a few weeks ago and there was a little cloudiness in the lung. They said that’s commensurate for someone who is recovering. Otherwise I feel pretty good.”