CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Former socialite Patricia Kluge has moved from Albemarle County to New York City.
The Daily Progress reports ( http://bit.ly/UNwnlB) that Kluge and her husband, William Moses, filed a notice in U.S. District Court informing bankruptcy attorneys of their change of address, which is effective immediately.
Moses told the newspaper Thursday that he and Kluge will reside at the University Club, a prestigious private club in Manhattan, while they look for a permanent residence. Moses said they decided to move because they're not in the wine business anymore.
Real estate mogul and TV reality star Donald Trump bought the Kluge Estates Winery and Vineyard in April 2011 after he went into foreclosure. He became sole owner of Kluge's entire estate last month when he purchased her 23,500-square-foot Albemarle House.
Information from: The Daily Progress, http://www.dailyprogress.com
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