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Inside Chris & Cristina Cuomo's Gorgeous Hamptons House Where They Battled COVID-19

Rebelander Basilan
Jan 23, 2021
11:50 P.M.
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Take a look inside CNN anchor Chris Cuomo and his wife Cristina's beautiful home in the Hamptons, New York, where the couple battled COVID-19.


Created by architect Stephen Rossetti and decorator Emma Pilkington, Chris and Cristina's house looks luxurious. However, Cristina, founder of wellness publication Purist, described it as "mellow."

Chris's favorite room in the house is the kitchen, where he and the kids like to cook. Meanwhile, Cristina likes being in the great outdoors, riding her bike with Bella, just as she was growing up here.

Chris Cuomo at the SiriusXM Studios on June 18, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images


The two-story house is located behind a hedgerow on more than half an acre of land. This property is about 3,000 square feet and has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The front porch offers a picturesque view of the front yard and leads to the stylish living area that includes an antique stone fireplace. A small but well-designed eat-in kitchen is available.


The home includes marble-tiled wainscoting, as well as a window-lined sun porch and dining room. There is a guest bedroom with a bathroom on the main level, and in the basement is another guest bedroom.

The residence features a bathroom, a laundry room, two more guest bedrooms on the second floor, along with a master bedroom and marble bathroom.

Chris and Cristina were trapped inside the mansion because of COVID-19.


The manicured grounds feature long lawns and mature shade trees and a 38-foot-long rectangular swimming pool, a detached two-car garage, and an adjacent bicycle storage room.

However, in February 2019, Chris and Cristina, who exchanged their wedding vows in 2001 in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Southampton, New York, have listed the property for $2.9 million.


Meanwhile, along with their three children, Chris and Cristina were trapped inside the mansion because of COVID-19 and anti-racism protests.

Chris, whose early journalism experience included appearances related to social and political issues, hosted his usual weekday program from the house's basement.

Chris announced in March 2020 that he had been diagnosed with COVID-19. He had severe symptoms, and in April 2020, he revealed a tooth chipped because he shivered so hard.

Due to the virus, Chris had a hallucination of his dead father. On April 15, he revealed that Cristina had tested positive for COVID-19, and their son Mario tested positive on April 22.


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