North Haven’s girl is officially moving out.
Model and actress Christie Brinkley sold and closed on her longtime Fahys Road estate last week, fetching “very close” to the $17.99-million asking price, according to Douglas Elliman. She purchased the property in 2004 for $7.15 million and still owns Tower Hill in Bridgehampton, famous for its five-story observation tower.
Represented by Enzo Morabito, the five-bedroom, five-bath waterfront home on 4.4 acres is less than 1 mile from Main Street, with access to 327 feet of beach overlooking the harbor, yachts, sailboats and open bay.
“The breathtaking water views and sunsets are enjoyed from almost every room in this North Haven mansion,” according to the listing.
Originally built in 1843, the house sprawls across three stories and 5,500 square feet, home to many period details, including the grand columns covering two façades, the old wide-plank pine floors, oak banister and multiple fireplaces.
The first floor features a kitchen with soapstone and marble counters, a large living room, sitting room, formal dining, and a great room, with another dining and sitting room, powder room, mud room, pantry and full bath.
Upstairs, four bedrooms — three of them en suite — include the master suite with its own sitting room, bath and secluded terrace for the panoramic harbor vistas and garden views. The third floor houses the fifth bedroom, study and a large storage space.
For more information, visit elliman.com.