Food Network’s Sandra Lee and Governor Andrew Cuomo are selling their house

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Sandra Lee attend the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 13th Annual "An Enduring Vision" benefit in New York in 2014. Sykes/Invision/Associated Press/File 2014

NEW CASTLE, N.Y. (AP) — Food Network star Sandra Lee says she and her longtime partner, Democratic N.Y. Governor Andrew Cuomo, are selling their house in the New York City suburbs.

Lee tells The New York Times that the 1950s Colonial in the northern Westchester County enclave of New Castle will be listed for $2.3 million.

Lee says she and Cuomo are empty-nesters now that his three daughters are adults.

Lee owns the house; Cuomo says he shares living and tax expenses.

After the Page Six column reported break-up rumors on Tuesday, Lee told the New York Post on Facebook to ‘‘knock it off’’ and said they’re ‘‘very much together.’’

She tells the Times they’ll divide their time among her New York City apartment, the governor’s mansion, and the Hamptons.

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