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B83.Rick and Kathy Hilton’s longstanding Hamptons getaway is now available for purchase at $13.75 million.




If you’ve ever dreamed of living like a hotel heir and his socialite wife, this coastal  New York estate might just be the perfect fit! The picturesque 2.7-acre  property, long owned by Rick and Kathy Hilton, is now on the market in the affluent Southampton enclave for $13.75 million, as first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

An aerial view of the estate.
The formal dining room.
The entry foyer.
The primary bedroom.
The primary bath.

The couple purchased the  property for approximately $2.4 million in 1999. It features a traditional two-story house with six bedrooms and eight baths spread across approximately 10,500 square feet of recently renovated living space. The home includes a finished basement with guest and staff accommodations, situated beneath a porte-cochère and three-car garage.

The living room.

Built in the early ’90s, the shingle-clad structure boasts three wood-burning fireplaces, blonde hardwood floors, high ceilings, and a library. The entry foyer is highlighted by a curving staircase, leading to formal living and dining rooms, and a gourmet kitchen with an eat-in island and high-end stainless steel appliances.

A fireside lounge area.

Upstairs, a luxurious master retreat offers a walk-in closet and a spa-like bath with dual vanities, a soaking tub, and a glass-encased shower. Outside, the landscaped grounds feature a lagoon-style pool with a spa and waterfall, an al fresco dining pavilion, and multiple terraces. The  property also includes potential space for Tennis facilities with approval, and deeded access to nearby Fowlers Beach.

The kitchen.

According to WSJ, the Hiltons are selling the estate because they have been using it less frequently since relocating to  Los Angeles in the 2000s. They recently sold a notable mansion in Bel Air for $25 million to a Chinese billionaire but continue to own and reside in a 1920s stone manor house in the same neighborhood.

Another gathering spot.