Danny Bonaduce shows his wife the house he used to live in when he was in NY.
Now that Danny Bonaduce is back on top, he and his new wife, Amy, are looking for a Manhattan home with major wow-factor. In the two months since their marriage, Danny and his wife have been living in an historic building in Philadelphia. But with a show shooting in New York and his career revived, Danny is looking for a home in a hip neighborhood he and his wife can share when they are in Manhattan.
The Bonaduces first view a converted 1880s carriage factory in the Meat Packing District of Manhattan. This home turns the original brick construction into a classically beautiful New York apartment with spectacular views. The second apartment is a 4,075 square foot loft in Soho with a sophisticated air and a warm, family feel. The final home is a West Village architectural funhouse inspired by the four elements and New York City with a fountain, see-through bathtub, and recycled subway doors. While Danny is smitten with every home, his wife, Amy, keeps his mind on functionality and budget as they hunt for the perfect New York City home.
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Big personalities searching for over-the-top real estate - it's "Celebrity House Hunting." Each week we go shopping for must-have, "staying ahead of the Joneses" properties with celebrity couples in search of a more fabulous home. We start at the celebrities' existing house for a quick walk-through to learn why they need to move. And then it's off to the hunt. As they walk through each of three incredible houses, they'll dish about the pros and cons while they decide which one fits their tastes.
Watch Full Episodes of "Celebrity House Hunting" here: http://bit.ly/FRCI3r
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