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Rent in Hamptons from 'Real Housewives of NYC'

Kelly Killoren Bensimon at her East Hampton house.

Kelly Killoren Bensimon at her East Hampton house. She is a cast member of "The Real Housewives of New York City" For Home Section / Valerie Kellogg for LSMAIN03. ( Handout ) Photo Credit: Newsday/handout

If you plan to watch the new season of "The Real Housewives of New York City" starting April 7 (or at least recent repeats of it, maybe on a wide-screen TV), you can do so in a home belonging to one of the stars of the reality TV show.

That's because three of the cast members -- Kelly Killoren Bensimon, the Countess LuAnn de Lesseps and Ramona Singer -- have put their houses on the rental market again this summer.

Bensimon is asking $250,000 for the entire Memorial Day-to-Labor Day season for her East Hampton manse (above). If you're interested in a shorter stay, she wants $30,000 for June, $110,000 for July, $135,000 for August to Labor Day or $225,000 for July and August. Her four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 5,800-square-foot, 1998 home is on 1.2 acres near the ocean with a heated pool and staff quarters.

De Lesseps has listed her 1997 shingled, barn-style Bridgehampton home for $150,000 for July only. The 6,500-square-foot  home comes with six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, a pool, a guest house and a tennis court on 2.2 acres.

Singer wants $235,000 to rent her 7,000-square-foot Southampton house for the summer. The 1995 stucco home comes with six bedrooms and six bathrooms with a heated pool, a guest house and a sunken tennis court on 1.4 acres. For July, the house is listed for $85,000; for August to Labor Day, $115,000; and for July and August, $175,000.

And Singer has one other amenity that will surely appeal to Bravo TV fans: a 70-inch flat-screen TV in the finished basement.

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