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Rick and Kathy Hilton’s $15 Million Hamptons Retreat is for Sale

Kathy and Rick Hilton's Hamptons estate
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The Hiltons are exiting the Hamptons. Or at least, they’ll no longer frequent the vacation hot spot while staying at their Southhampton retreat. Records show that Rick and Kathy Hilton have listed their vacation home for a cool $14.95 million. 

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The two-story, six-bedroom home is listed with The Corcoran Group and real estate agent Jared Seligman, who declined comment. According to the listing, however, the house is “located in the gated community once home to the Historic Henry Ford Estate.”

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Kathy and Rick Hilton's Hamptons estate
Zack Milligan/Hamptons Visuals

The listing also notes that this is the first time the house is available for purchase in 25 years. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Hiltons purchased the home in 1999 for $2.4 million. Not bad for 10,500 square feet of living space and 2.7 private acres.

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Coastal inspired living room
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The family has done some extensive renovations since then, of course. There are 7.5 bathrooms, spacious guest quarters, a three-car garage, a Porte Cochere and a recently renovated living space. The listing also makes note of the finished basement, which features “substantial accommodations for both guests and staff.”

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Large open concept basement with beams
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The main living space is equally impressive thanks to the double-height foyer and curving staircase, formal living and dining rooms, a library, and not one, not two, but three wood-burning fireplaces. 

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Formal living room
Geir Magnusson
Sitting room
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Formal dining room
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As for the kitchen? It’s a gourmet space with all the high-end appliances you’d expect, plus a giant island. 

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Gourmet kitchen with island
Geir Magnusson

Upstairs, the primary bedroom gives retreat vibes thanks to the ensuite — a modern and bright space with an enlarged walk-in shower, double vanities built into the wall with plenty of storage, and a giant soaker tub in front of an even larger window.

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Ensuite bathroom with soaker tub and large shower
Geir Magnusson

In true Kathy Hilton fashion, the entire home is an entertainer’s paradise, with plenty of space for guests to mingle inside and out. And the outside is just as fabulous as the inside (think a lagoon-style pool with a waterfall and bridge, plus a hot tub in the middle).

There’s also plenty of space to hang out thanks to the dining pavilion and terraces, and the listing notes there’s lots of extra room for a potential tennis court if desired and approved by the town. 

Kathy and Rick Hilton's Hamptons house from the back
Zack Milligan/Hamptons Visuals

So why are the Hiltons selling such an impressive estate? According to WSJ, the grandparents-to-seven no longer use it enough. The pair have lived in Los Angeles since 2000, and they’ve been getting to the Hamptons less and less. 

Currently, the Hiltons’ primary residence is a 1920s stone manor house in Bel Air. That home is not to be confused with the Bel Air Spec House Hilton showed off during her two seasons as a guest star on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. After listing that home in 2021 for $55 million, Hilton finally sold it in January for $25 million.

  

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