Is it always sunny in the world of morning television?
At least for Savannah Guthrie, there are real estate escapes where she can flee from the alleged tension on the set of “Today” between her and co-host Hoda Kotb.
For instance, earlier this month, Guthrie said that she had overslept — arriving to the studio just 20 minutes before she was set to go live at 7 a.m. But TV insiders said this was more than a silly faux pas. Instead, Guthrie, 50, deliberately overslept to show NBC News “who is the real boss,” according to Page Six.
The rumored feud between the two big-name television hosts allegedly stems from Guthrie seeing herself as the show’s leading news anchor, though Kotb is more popular among viewers, Page Six added, creating “an underlying competitiveness” between the two.
However, on Tuesday, an insider told The Post that reports on the rumored animosity between the two are false.
Still, what’s good is that Guthrie has two homes where she can kick up her feet away from the spotlight.
The longtime NBC anchor lives in a roughly 3,700-square-foot home in New York’s affluent Tribeca when filming the show. And when off the clock, Guthrie, her husband Michael Feldman and their children unwind upstate in the tony Hudson Valley town of Rhinebeck.
Manhattan condo — Tribeca: $7.1 million
Guthrie and Feldman purchased a four-bedroom, four-bathroom condo in Tribeca for $7.1 million in 2017. They upgraded to the more-than 3,700-square-foot home after listing their 2,690-square-foot abode in the same neighborhood that year.
A keyed elevator entry opens into a foyer accented with bluestone and oak screen detail, a previous listing of the home says. The great room features 50 feet of city views and comes with a wet bar and an under-counter SubZero refrigerator.
Meanwhile, the kitchen opens to the living and dining rooms, and comes with a marble center island and a wine refrigerator.
The primary suite boasts a walk-in dressing room and a five-fixture bath, which includes Carrara marble walls, a soaking tub, a rain shower and a hand shower with thermostatic controls.
The second bedroom has an ensuite shower, while the third and fourth bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom.
Upstate New York house — Rhinebeck: $2.7 million
In 2014, Guthrie and Feldman, who married that year, shelled out $2.7 million for a five-bedroom, five-bathroom Hudson Valley estate overlooking the Catskills.
Spanning 7,000 square feet, the estate is on 20 acres.
The home was built in 2011.
Perched high on a scenic ridge facing the mountains, features include white oak flooring, 10-foot ceilings, chef’s kitchen, first-floor primary suite, artist studio, gym, a grand scale porch and four fireplaces.
It also boasts a sprawling garden and a pool.
It’s a 10-minute drive from Rhinebeck and two hours from New York City.
Guthrie often talked about her time in the home during the quarantine period at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I’m home, I’m home. The reason is because my family is upstate,” she explained during an episode of the NBC show in April 2020. “So I’m sticking close to the family and coming to the city less and less. I’m trying to work from home and also, frankly, this is what those officials are telling us to do. So that’s exactly what I’m going to do.”
The home is worth about $4.5 million today.