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The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Succession’ sells for $105 million

The sale is classified as the second largest in Long Island history – here we take a tour

The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Sucession’ in New York’s Hamptons
(Image credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

The Henry Ford II estate, also known as the Roy family vacation home on HBO’s Succession, has just sold for $105 million. 

The property, celebrated as one of the country’s premier estates (and one of the world’s best homes), was originally on the market for $175 million in 2017. However, the seller lowered the price to $145 million before settling on the $105 million price tag. 

This sale is recognized as the second largest in Long Island history – second only to hedge-funder Barry Rosenstein’s $147 million purchase in 2014.

The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Sucession’ in New York’s Hamptons

(Image credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

Henry Ford II’s estate was built in the early 1960s by the grandson of the famous automobile pioneer Henry Ford. It boasts nearly a quarter-mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage across one of the country’s most esteemed postcodes. 

Despite its retro roots, the estate underwent a significant renovation in 2008 – when care was taken to preserve the home’s original architectural features. Its most beautiful assets include its ornate ceilings, French parquet floors, and Italian marble fireplaces that were imported from Europe.

The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Sucession’ in New York’s Hamptons

(Image credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

Alongside these authentic features, the home is a maze of design inspiration, primarily through its monochromatic entryway ideas. This black and white hallway foreshadows the grandeur of what lays beyond its four walls – with its curated gallery wall and crowing chandelier that hangs as a striking nod to timeless elegance.

These luxury decorating ideas continue into the primary living space, where bold artworks interrupt the minimalist color scheme. The room also includes large French doors that give the space an airy atmosphere – and a view of the Atlantic.

The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Sucession’ in New York’s Hamptons

(Image credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

Other features of the 20,000 square foot property include its 12 bedrooms and bathrooms – plus a further three in the adjoining carriage house. There is also a gourmet kitchen and a large dining space that leads out to the garden.

While the home boasts several luxe garden ideas, including a swimming pool and tennis court, the jewel of the home is arguably the private pathway to the shore. Similarly, the home has direct access to access to three ponds and the serene Mecox Bay.

The Henry Ford II estate from ‘Sucession’ in New York’s Hamptons

(Image credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

Cody and Zachary Vichinsky of Bespoke, and Ellen Stern of William Pitt, and Julia B. Fee of Sotheby’s International Realty held the listing. Photos courtesy of  TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

Megan Slack
Megan Slack

Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc's Homes titles. She has a background in national newspapers in the UK and has experience in fashion and travel journalism, which she previously practised whilst living in Paris and New York City. Her adoration for these fashion capitals means she particularly enjoys writing about upcoming styles and trends for Homes & Gardens. Megan also loves discovering vintage pieces in her spare time, meaning her decor is largely influenced by the beauty of the jazz age.