Christie Brinkley officially unloads historic Sag Harbor home for $17M

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May.May 09, 2019 04:15 PM

Three months after going to contact on her Sag Harbor mansion, former model Christine Brinkley has officially offloaded the historic property for close to its asking price of $17.99 million, Mansion Global reported. The final sales price for the wood-shingled mansion at 1 Fahys Road is still a steep price cut from the $25 million it soughtwhen first hitting the market in 2016. Brinkley’s 4.44-acre parcel subsequently took a price chop to $20 million in mid-2017. But Brinkley, who rose to fame in the 1970s when she graced the covers of Sports Illustrated’s famous swimsuit issue, still made a profit on the deal. Mansion Global reported that she bought the waterfront home in 2004 for $7.15 million. Listing broker Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman declined to discuss the final sales price with the outlet, citing a confidentiality agreement. The New York Post noted that the Corcoran Group’s Susan Breitenbach brought in the unidentified buyer for the 5,315-square-foot, five-bedroom home, which was built in 1843 for a Sag Harbor sea captain. Earlier this month, another Sag Harbor home at 2 Harding Terrace officially sold for $5.25 million, according to 27east, which noted that the property was designed by Peter Cook and developed by attorney Bruce Bronster. As for Brinkley, 65, she still owns properties in Bridgehampton and Manhattan. [Mansion Global]


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