Christie Brinkley Selling North Haven Home for $25 Million

Christie Brinkley Selling North Haven Home for $25 Million

Christie Brinkley has just listed her North Haven home for $25 million with Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman.

Built in 1843, the three-story Colonial offers 5,500 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths with a 327-foot sandy beach on 4.5 acres overlooking the harbor and open bay. The breathtaking water views and sunsets are enjoyed from almost every room in the historic manor house, which includes many period details, such as grand columns covering two facades, wide-plank pine floors and multiple fireplaces. See the listing here.

Inside Christie Brinkley's North Haven home

Inside Christie Brinkley’s North Haven home, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

It features a kitchen with soapstone and marble counters, formal dining, an immense living room, full basement, great room and an impressive master suite with its own sitting room and terrace—allowing for lovely panoramic harbor views. Well-designed gardens, specimen trees and a bay-side gunite pool surround the house, and it’s just a half mile from Sag Harbor’s Main Street shops.

Christie Brinkley's North Haven home

Christie Brinkley’s North Haven home, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

Brinkley put her Bridgehampton mansion, Tower Hill, up for sale with Morabito for $29.5 million back in June and it remains on the market. She has listed Tower Hill once before, in 2010, for $30 million, but she and her family decided not to move at that time. In 2013, Brinkley sold a North Haven property for $10 million, and she listed her late mother’s Sag Harbor cottage for $2.8 million the same year.

Christie Brinkley's North Haven home

Inside Christie Brinkley’s North Haven home, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

In June, Brinkley said she will continue living in the Hamptons, but the supermodel has opted not to speak to the press about her latest listing.

Inside Christie Brinkley's North Haven home

Inside Christie Brinkley’s North Haven home, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

 

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