Cuomo would have to find a place to live if he resigns or is ousted from office

Maybe he can live in his brother’s basement!

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who is widely expected to face impeachment proceedings that could get him tossed from office — and his lavish digs at the Executive Mansion in Albany — seemingly has no other place to call home.

He does not own any property in his name, according to available public records. His last private residence was the four-bedroom Mount Kisco abode he shared with his ex, Sandra Lee, which was in her name. Cuomo moved out in 2019, and Lee sold the Colonial she called Lily Pond in 2020 for $1.85 million.

Many of the embattled governor’s pals have abandoned him after Attorney General Letitia James released a report this week saying he sexually harassed current and former employees, but he does come from a close-knit and large family.

Younger brother, Chris, the CNN anchor, has a Hamptons retreat where he famously fled to the basement during a bout with COVID last year, even hosting his show from the cellar. He filmed his emergence for CNN, with footage showing him walking up the stairs in the family’s $2.9 million Southampton home.

“All right, here it is — the official re-entry from the basement,” the TV show host proclaimed in the video posted by the network in April, despite Cuomo already have been seen out and about in the Hamptons days earlier.

If the governor doesn’t fancy living in the Hamptons, he could bunk at his 89-year-old year mother’s apartment on Sutton Place South. The post-war building has river views, but lacks the grandeur of the Queen Anne style Executive Mansion, which dates to 1856.- READ MORE