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Christie Brinkley Finally Sells Her $18M Sag Harbor Home

LongIsland.com

Christie Brinkley’s Historic Sag Harbor home officially has a new owner. The sale closed this week for just under the final asking price of $17,990,000.

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Photo by: Douglas Elliman

Christie Brinkley’s Historic Sag Harbor home officially has a new owner. The sale closed this week for just under the final asking price of $17,990,000, though the precise amount has yet to be confirmed. The listing broker was Douglas Elliman's Enzo Morabito and Corcoran's Susan Breitenbach brought the buyer.

The supermodel and wine maker bought the five-bedroom residence in 2004 for $7,150,000 and first listed it for sale back in 2010. The 5,500-square-foot property sought its highest asking price in 2016—a cool $25,000,000. The price tag was lowered incrementally until it hit $17,999,000 last summer.

Built in 1843 for a sea captain, the historic three-story Hamptons home is remarkably intact, boasting a number of period details such as the majestic entryway flanked by columns, exposed wood and iron beams, wide-plank pine floors, and multiple fireplaces throughout. The Colonial-style home sits on 4.5 acres and offers panoramic harbor views. Best of all, the sprawling property includes 337 feet of private beach and there’s even a bayside Gunite pool.

The listing broker was Douglas Elliman's Enzo Morabito and Corcoran's Susan Breitenbach brought the buyer.

 

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  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman

  • Photo by: Douglas Elliman