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The properties are just five miles from each other.

By Marisa Spyker

Another day, another celeb-owned Hamptons mansion up for grabs—but in this case, it’s a pair of them.

Supermodel Christie Brinkley recently listed her two homes—one in Sag Harbor, the other in Bridgehampton—and, if they sell anywhere close to asking price, she’s poised to make a super profit. Combined, the two homes—both stately 19th-century gems—are listed for just under $50 million.

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Tower Hill, where Brinkley currently lives, was built in 1891 for local nobility but purchased by the model in 1998 for $3.2 million, according to Curbed. The Bridgehampton family estate, set on 20 acres and now asking $29.5 million, includes a four-bedroom main house, four-bedroom guest house, separate artist studio, and four-car heated garage for a total of 11,000 square feet of living space.

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Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Inside, the beautifully restored interiors feature three fireplaces, a light-filled, double-height great room, and a spacious country kitchen that opens to the outdoors. In the summer, fairytale-like gardens bloom around meandering paths connecting the living spaces. Beyond the dreamy, lush green lawns and old-growth trees, views of the ocean can be spotted from the 50-foot observation tower.

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If buyers prefer their ocean views front and center as opposed to birds-eye, Brinkley’s other Sag Harbor property is the perfect place. Asking $20 million, the 5,500-square-foot estate sits on 4.5 acres and comes with 327 feet of private beachfront.

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Built in 1843, the three-story home maintains many of its period details, from the entrance’s grand columns to the pine floors and fireplaces within. Bay-facing windows throughout much of the main living areas look out onto serene vistas of the harbor, sailboats, and passing yachts.

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So, which one of these Hamptons stunners is more your style? We recommend springing for either soon, if you have the cash, so you can be basking in the Hamptons by summer.