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No. You are on two different networks. Regardless of the hardware. Treat the home server just like any other PC or tablet. Make sure it has a dynamic IP via DHCP from your home router or ISP modem. Then connect via VPN.
You will not be able to network the two servers unless you have right equipment and network configuration. You would have to work with your service provider to obtain static IP's.
Internal IPs are irrelevant, because you can assign them your self internally. That means no one else sees them.
Servers are networked with the clients using wired or wireless technologies .Numerous types are available. If you are new to this you could buy readymade fixtures for interconnecting. Select an appropriate OS as well.Your existing 2 computers can be clients to this server by adding necessary network hardware