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Christie Brinkley lists North Haven house for $15.75M

An 1843 Georgian Colonial house that supermodel Christie

An 1843 Georgian Colonial house that supermodel Christie Brinkley owns in the North Haven section of Sag Harbor has come on the market for $15.75 million. Photo by Doug Kuntz Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Kuntz

An 1843 Greek Revival house that supermodel Christie Brinkley owns in North Haven has come on the market for $15.75 million.

The five-bedroom, five-bath, one half-bath home overlooks Sag Harbor and Shelter Island Sound. There are harbor and bay views from every room in the house, according to the listing.

The 4.5-acre property also features a beach and a gunite pool.

“It’s stunningly beautiful and I hope the people who buy it are very happy,” Brinkley tells Newsday.

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The 5,500-square-foot shingled and columned house on Fahys Road features turn-of-the-century details such as four fireplaces, wide-plank pine floors and an oak banister.
Jay Flagg of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate has the listing.

The house is said to be where Brinkley’s ex-husband, Hamptons architect Peter Cook, had an affair with then-teenage girlfriend Diana Bianchi.

Sources told Newsday that Brinkley bought the house for Cook as a gift. Property records show that she purchased the property in 2004 through a trust for $7.15 million.

“Christie bought that house with her own money because Peter very much wanted, as an architect, to take a property and make ‘A Peter Cook house’ for their family,” a source told Newsday in 2006.

Brinkley and Cook divorced in 2008.

Brinkley’s Hamptons real estate includes her house in Bridgehampton, Tower Hill, which is on the market for $30 million. Built in 1898, the 12-bedroom compound is on 20 acres and 200 feet above sea level.


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