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The Henry Ford II Estate, as seen in HBO’s succession, sells for $105 million

The Henry Ford II estate, as featured on the HBO show Succession, sold for $105 million — complete with 42 aces of land, a quarter-mile oceanfront, access to three ponds, a meditation garden, and more.

Located in the glamorous beachfront neighborhood of the Hamptons in Long Island, New York, the house was featured as one of the Roy family’s many homes in the hit series.

The luxurious mansion was originally priced at $175 million when it was listed in 2017, and was later reduced to $145 million before finally selling for $105 million this month.

The Hamptons has long been a summer enclave for some of New York’s wealthiest residents, and many celebrities have even bought their own homes there – including Jimmy Buffett, Martha Stewart, Jon Bon Jovi, Paul Simon, Jerry Seinfeld, Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé , Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downy Jr., Sarah Jessica Parker and Anderson Cooper.

Radio and television personality Howard Stern, Real Housewives of New York alum Ramona Singer, actress and model Brooke Shields, and businessman Rick Hilton all live within minutes of the house. Also nearby is Southampton Social Club – a well-known luxury bar and restaurant.

The Henry Ford II estate, as featured on the HBO show Succession, sold for $105 million — complete with 42 aces of land, a quarter-mile oceanfront, access to three ponds, a meditation garden, and more

The Henry Ford II estate, as featured on the HBO show Succession, sold for $105 million — complete with 42 aces of land, a quarter-mile oceanfront, access to three ponds, a meditation garden, and more

The house, which is located in the upscale beach neighborhood of the Hamptons in Long Island, New York, was featured as one of the Roy family's many homes in the hit series.  It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The house, which is located in the upscale beach neighborhood of the Hamptons in Long Island, New York, was featured as one of the Roy family's many homes in the hit series.  It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The house, which is located in the upscale beach neighborhood of the Hamptons in Long Island, New York, was featured as one of the Roy family’s many homes in the hit series. It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

Located on Jule Pond, the luxurious mansion has nearly a quarter of a mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage—making it the largest oceanfront frontage in the Hamptons—and has access to three ponds and Mecox Bay

Located on Jule Pond, the luxurious mansion has nearly a quarter of a mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage—making it the largest oceanfront frontage in the Hamptons—and has access to three ponds and Mecox Bay

Located on Jule Pond, the luxurious mansion has nearly a quarter of a mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage—making it the largest oceanfront frontage in the Hamptons—and has access to three ponds and Mecox Bay

It was sold by a portfolio manager named Brenda Earl, who bought the house in 2002 for $21.75 million.  The buyer is an offshore company based in the Cayman Islands and the sale is classified as the second largest sale in Long Island

It was sold by a portfolio manager named Brenda Earl, who bought the house in 2002 for $21.75 million.  The buyer is an offshore company based in the Cayman Islands and the sale is classified as the second largest sale in Long Island

It was sold by a portfolio manager named Brenda Earl, who bought the house in 2002 for $21.75 million. The buyer is an offshore company based in the Cayman Islands and the sale is classified as the second largest sale in Long Island

The 20,000-square-foot home has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, two master suites, a chef's kitchen, game room, library, multiple reception rooms, and a 48-foot living room

The 20,000-square-foot home has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, two master suites, a chef's kitchen, game room, library, multiple reception rooms, and a 48-foot living room

The 20,000-square-foot home has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, two master suites, a chef’s kitchen, game room, library, multiple reception rooms, and a 48-foot living room

There is also an entire wing of the house designed for employees to live in, complete with its own entrance.  The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

There is also an entire wing of the house designed for employees to live in, complete with its own entrance.  The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

There is also an entire wing of the house designed for employees to live in, complete with its own entrance. The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

Located on Jule Pond, the home features nearly a quarter of a mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage—making it the largest oceanfront frontage in the Hamptons—and has access to three ponds and Mecox Bay. It has a gated driveway and a long tree-lined driveway.

It was built in the early 1960s, but underwent a major renovation in 2008. However, many of the house’s original details have been retained, such as feature ceiling moldings, traditional chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces, French parquet floors and antique bathroom fixtures.

The 20,000-square-foot home has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, two master suites, a chef’s kitchen, game room, library, multiple reception rooms, and a 48-foot living room.

There is also an entire wing of the house designed for employees to live in, complete with its own entrance.

Outside, it features a spa, sunroom, outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, tennis courts, basketball court, guest house, six-car garage, meditation gardens and a 6-foot heated gunite pool – a concrete mixture of sand, cement and water known for its long-lasting strength.

It was sold by a portfolio manager named Brenda Earl, who bought the house in 2002 for $21.75 million from Italian financier Carlo Traglio. And even though she’s spent millions renovating it, she’s still made a big profit from the sale.

The home was originally priced at $175 million when it was listed in 2017, and was later reduced to $145 million before finally selling for $105 million this month.  It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The home was originally priced at $175 million when it was listed in 2017, and was later reduced to $145 million before finally selling for $105 million this month.  It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The home was originally priced at $175 million when it was listed in 2017, and was later reduced to $145 million before finally selling for $105 million this month. It is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The property was once part of a 235-acre estate owned by the grandson of famed automaker Henry Ford.  After he divorced his wife, Anne McDonnell, she sold the land piece by piece.  The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The property was once part of a 235-acre estate owned by the grandson of famed automaker Henry Ford.  After he divorced his wife, Anne McDonnell, she sold the land piece by piece.  The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

The property was once part of a 235-acre estate owned by the grandson of famed automaker Henry Ford. After he divorced his wife, Anne McDonnell, she sold the land piece by piece. The house is depicted in the HBO show Succession

It was built in the early 1960s, but underwent a major renovation in 2008. However, many of the house's original details have been retained, such as feature ceiling moldings, traditional chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces and French parquet floors.

It was built in the early 1960s, but underwent a major renovation in 2008. However, many of the house's original details have been retained, such as feature ceiling moldings, traditional chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces and French parquet floors.

It was built in the early 1960s, but underwent a major renovation in 2008. However, many of the house’s original details have been retained, such as feature ceiling moldings, traditional chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces and French parquet floors.

Outside, it features a 6-foot heated gunite pool, spa, sun room, outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, tennis courts, basketball court, guest house, six-car garage, and meditation gardens

Outside, it features a 6-foot heated gunite pool, spa, sun room, outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, tennis courts, basketball court, guest house, six-car garage, and meditation gardens

Outside, it features a 6-foot heated gunite pool, spa, sun room, outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, tennis courts, basketball court, guest house, six-car garage, and meditation gardens

The Hamptons have become a popular vacation spot for those looking to get out of New York City, and many celebrities have even bought their own homes there — including Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Anderson Cooper

The Hamptons have become a popular vacation spot for those looking to get out of New York City, and many celebrities have even bought their own homes there — including Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Anderson Cooper

The Hamptons have become a popular vacation spot for those looking to get out of New York City, and many celebrities have even bought their own homes there — including Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Anderson Cooper

The buyer is an offshore company in the Cayman Islands believed to have ties to the family of Canadian swimmer Richard Funk, Soil has reported.

The sale is classified as the second largest sale in Long Island. The first is owned by a hedge funder named Barry Rosenstein, who bought an 18-acre property worth $147 million in 2014.

The property was once part of a 235-acre estate owned by the grandson of famed automaker Henry Ford. After he divorced his wife, Anne McDonnell, she took control of the land and decided to split it up and sell it piece by piece. In 1975 she sold this part of the country for $1.8 million.

The Hamptons have become even more popular of late, with many people trying to flee the city during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to a recent report by Douglas Elliman, Hamptons home sales rose 37 percent in 2020 and prices rose 40 percent to a median of $1.2 million.

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