Rick and Kathy Hilton purchased the Water Mill home in 1999.
Photo: Corcoran

Kathy Hilton Lists Longtime Hamptons Retreat for $15 Million

The six-bedroom, Shingle-style dwelling is set on a parcel once belonging to Henry Ford II’s legendary estate, Fordune

Kathy Hilton appeared on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Photo: Bravo

The Hilton family is parting with their longtime Hamptons vacation home, which they acquired more than two decades ago—in 1999. Located on Fordune Drive in Water Mill, Rick and Kathy Hilton’s six-bedroom residence sits on nearly three acres of land that was once part of Fordune, automotive scion Henry Ford II’s sprawling estate.

Encompassing some 10,500 square feet, the Shingle-style stunner dates to the early 1990s and has been recently renovated, per the listing, which is being handled by Jared Seligman of Corcoran. Among the amenities are a revamped chef’s kitchen and primary suite, plus a gunite pool and three fireplaces. Situated in a gated community, the dwelling had previously appeared on the market as a summer rental in 2014 and ’18.

Currently starring on Peacock’s Paris in Love, the Hiltons are longtime fixtures on reality television—thanks to daughter Paris—and are also real estate moguls. Rick Hilton cofounded the luxury brokerage Hilton & Hyland, while Kathy Hilton was most recently a guest star on two seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During her stint on the show she was seen putting the finishing touches on a massive Bel Air spec mansion that she later listed for $55 million.

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The 2.7-acre property comes with a backyard pool. Photo: Corcoran

The home is listed for just under $15 million. Photo: Corcoran

The residence sits on land that was once part of Fordune, Henry Ford II’s estate. Photo: Corcoran

One of the living areas. Photo: Corcoran

The home features a soothing color palette. Photo: Corcoran

The primary bath. Photo: Corcoran

Cover: Rick and Kathy Hilton purchased the Water Mill home in 1999.
Photo: Corcoran


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