Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his partner Sandra Lee are moving out of the home they share in New Castle, he confirmed on Wednesday during an event at Bethpage on Long Island.

Cuomo indicated both he and Lee are now empty nesters as his three daughters live predominantly elsewhere.

“We had great years in the house,” he said. “My girls have now grownup. They’re living now in different places. So we really don’t need the house, but a lot of great memories. A lot of great memories.”

Lee and Cuomo have shared the house for the last decade and have been in a relationship for the last 14 years.

Cuomo votes in Westchester County and contributes to household expenses, including the property tax bill. Cuomo has pointed to the sky-high taxes in Westchester County as evidence of the need to cap increases and control local government spending.

Lee in Facebook post denied rumors reported by Page Six that the couple has broken up.

Lee also has an apartment in Battery Park City. The couple has divided their time between New York City, Long Island and Albany.

“It doesn’t mean that they’re not buying another house in Westchester,” said Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, who represents a Westchester County district. “I’m following your news.”