because she always has some unbelievably true anecdote about her life to entertain us with — from globetrotting as a journalist for ABC News to hanging out with John F. (who was the cousin of her late husband Anthony Radziwill) to dating star’s life has taken her on so many adventures that there’s probably plenty you still don’t know about one of the coolest and most enigmatic Housewives ever.Check out these 10 little-known facts about Carole, and you’re sure to fall in love with her all over again.Property records indicate the Count and Countess scooped up their 2 acre parcel back in November of 1995 for 0,000.Listing information shows the 6,500 square foot (approx.) house was built in 1996, which would indicate the French aristocrat and his American Indian wifey who desperately wishes she were a French aristocrat, custom built their house.Countess Luann de Lesseps has been a fixture of the Real Housewives of New York City since its inception in 2008, but tonight fans are going to learn all about the fabulous life she led before joining the reality-television hall of fame.
Hot spots included your typical icons of American suburbia: the drive-in movie theater, the Carvel ice cream shop, and the pizza place, as Carole described on her website.
Her parents sometimes worked two jobs to support the family.
Carole was also a workingwoman from an early age, earning money by babysitting, serving fast food at Wendy's, and helping customers at Caldor's department store.
In addition to the sunken tennis court, which is oddly located in the front yard, there is a 20′ x 40′ heated gunite pool in the backyard and an adjacent pool house with a half bath and outdoor shower.
Oddly enough, Your Mama actually knows this house because Your Mama and the Dr. It is Your Mama’s understanding that in New York City the de Lesseps bed down in a narrow townhouse on East 62nd Street on the wrong side of Lexington Avenue.