Former Hudson Valley resident, Gov. Cuomo, will soon need a home. Could he return? He recently sold his $2.3 million home in the region. Take a look at his former home.
On Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he will resign as New York's governor on August 24. Cuomo's primary residence is the Governor's Mansion in Albany, but he must leave in two weeks. Cuomo owned a home in the Hudson Valley for over a decade. Could he return?
Gov. Cuomo began dating TV star Sandra Lee in 2005. Lee, a Food Network personality and author, and Cuomo lived in the Lower Hudson Valley for a decade.
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The pair lived together in Lee's Westchester County home. They split up in 2019. Shortly after, their 1950s Colonial in New Castle was put on the market for $2.3 million, according to the New York Times.
The home sold in 2020 for $1.85 million. Below are photos of the home called Lily Pond:
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