Former model Nancy Grigor scouts out East End properties for films and photo shoots through her company, Hamptons Locations. Now, Grigor and her husband, high-profile criminal-defense lawyer Michael Griffith, have listed their home, a Colonial in East Hampton, for $2.285 million.

The five-bedroom, 5 1⁄2-bathroom home has a living room with a fireplace, a sunroom and a second-floor master suite with a terrace. It sits on a little more than an acre, which includes an additional cottage with a cathedral ceiling and skylights, a heated gunite pool and a two-car garage.

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The home has been featured in photo shoots done by Vogue magazine and The Lexington Co., a home textile and clothing store.

In addition to other high-profile clients, Griffith represented convicted drug smuggler Billy Hayes, who wrote the book “Midnight Express” in the late 1970s about his experience in, and release from, a Turkish prison.