Siggy Flicker quit “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” after two seasons — and now she’s quitting New Jersey altogether.
Favoring her new life in sunny Florida, the self-help author has cut the price of her six-bedroom, five-and-two-half-bathroom home in Tenafly, NJ, to $3.85 million.
The 54-year-old originally listed the Hamptons-style house for just shy of $4 million near the start of the pandemic in May 2020, according to Realtor.com — and now she’s warning blue-leaning Northerners to stay put.
“Remember that if you are fleeing a blue state & voted for a blue moron, & now heading to Florida, please be considerate & continue to Cuba,” she wrote on Instagram last week.
Flicker and her husband, Michael Campanella, bought the 6,500-square-foot NJ Dutch colonial in cash in 2013 for just over $1.4 million, according to property records.
Then they gave the 108-year-old house a Ralph Lauren- and Hamptons-inspired makeover, adding an Hermès-themed walk-in closet, listing broker Michele Kolsky-Assatly of Coldwell Banker Realty told The Post.
The walk-in closet has dark wood cabinetry staged with about 75 pairs of shoes on display — not to mention what might be hidden inside extensive storage in the rest of the super-orange room.
“It’s an Hermès-orange closet,” said Kolsky-Assatly, referring to the iconic Hermès orange box. “She actually took what used to be a bedroom and made it into a closet.”
The rest of the cedar-shingled home is finished with detailed millwork, wainscotting and coffered ceilings. The first floor has large windows and a marble fireplace with detailed millwork.
“The owner kept the integrity and Old World charm of the home — the detailed millwork, the [cedar] exterior — and added today’s amenities,” Kolsky-Assatly told The Post.
The custom kitchen has marble countertops, a large center island, Viking appliances and designer light fixtures. The kitchen opens to an octagonal breakfast nook lit by large bay windows.
“They [the sellers] happen to be Hamptons people, so they wanted that feel when they did the house,” Kolsky-Assatly told The Post. “They loved the style of the original home, but they wanted to make sure when they renovated it, they made it brand-new with today’s expected amenities.”
The 0.7-acre lot has a pool, a built-in barbecue, multiple patios and covered spaces for entertaining. It also has a two-car garage with display lifts.
“What they did in the backyard, for privacy, they added big fescues and greenery like in the Hamptons,” said Kolsky-Assatly.
Before Flicker, this home housed artist Brenda Kravitz, the widow of wealthy insurance executive Philip Kravitz, who died in 1999. Kravitz was known for designing “spectacular gardens” on the property.
“People would drive by just to see those gardens,” said Kolsky-Assatly.
Flicker, whose net worth is unknown, quit “The Real Housewives” in 2017 over perceived anti-Semitic remarks and bullying, Page Six previously reported.
She has since focused primarily on political activities and campaigned for former President Donald Trump.
Flicker was married to Mark Flicker from 1997 to 2007 and married Campanella in 2012. She and her husband each have two adult children from their previous marriages. Their family of six includes Sophie Flicker, 19, Josh Flicker, 22, Olivia Campanella, 33, and Tyler Campanella, 24.