Summer House will return to Bravo for a second season in a new location, according to a report by Page Six. While the first season took place in an Amagansett house, the upcoming season will take place in Water Mill. The move comes after a difficult experience for the production company, which struggled after the show was denied a film permit by the town of East Hampton. Residents and businesses in Montauk and East Hampton feared that the show would turn Montauk into a raucous party town (not unlike Jersey Shore).
Page Six reports that the production company has promised to keep noise to a minimum during filming, not use additional lighting while filming outdoors and other assurances. The new home sits on five acres of land and has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Summer House is set to start filming on June 23.
Check out a clip from last season below.