Southampton mansion built for Henry Ford’s grandson seeks $11.9M

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Apr.April 03, 2020 01:38 PM

A mansion in Southampton that was built for Henry Ford’s grandson, Henry Ford II, is on the market for $11.9 million, the Independent reported. The home was 16,000 square feet when it was built back in 1960, but was reduced to its current 12,500 square feet after the property it sits on, known as Fordune, was subdivided, according to the outlet. The house has an elevator, a private movie theater and more than seven bedrooms. Other amenities include a four-car garage, a pool, a spa, a pool house and private beach path access. [Indy East End]


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