EXCLUSIVE: Tour 'Real Housewives of New York' Star Dorinda Medley's 18-Acre Property

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Real Housewives of New York City star Dorinda Medley gave ET an exclusive tour of her palatial Massachusetts estate.

The country home has been a sanctuary for Dorinda since she lost her husband, Richard H. Medley, in 2011. Richard amassed a fortune as the former partner in a hedge fund, and today Dorinda is reportedly worth $20 million. She showed us just how much that kind of money can buy.

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"It has nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms," Dorinda said of her Blue Stone Manor. "I'd say it's about 11,000 square feet, but who's counting."

The estate is spread across 18 acres of land, which provides Dorinda, 51, with a serene place to relax until her RHONY cast mates come to visit.

Last week's reunion show left a bad taste in Dorinda's mouth, as she faced accusations of drug use from Sonja Morgan. Dorinda vehemently denies Sonja's claims.

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"Listen, I think it's hilarious," Dorinda told ET, vehemently denying the claims. "I think poor Sonja's trying to be relevant."

During the reunion episode, Dorinda said it would be impossible for her to have a secret cocaine habit, noting that she lives full-time with her 22-year-old daughter, Hannah.

And the drama continues on Wednesday when part two of the RHONY season eight reunion airs.

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"All of us have barely spoken since the reunion," Dorinda revealed. "I've been lying in bed thinking, 'How can you go back in the fall and all sit together and have any kind of friendship or anything?' because horrible things were said about a person based on nothing -- based on no facts! Just 'If you want to say it, throw it out there,' and I never saw the Housewives go to that level, so I think people are really damaged."

Ramona Singer had similar things to say about the three-part reunion. Hear more from her interview with ET in the video below.