Sean Hannity’s $13.75M Long Island Mansion Hits Market!

Sean Hannity's $13.75M Long Island Mansion Hits Market!

Sean Hannity, the well-known Fox News host, has decided to sell his extensive estate in Long Island for a hefty $13.75 million, shortly following his announcement of moving from New York to Florida. This move marks a significant change as Hannity disclosed earlier this year his plans to broadcast his popular radio show, ‘The Sean Hannity Show,’ and his TV program, ‘Hannity,’ from studios based in West Palm Beach.

The property, which Hannity acquired for $8.5 million back in 2008, is located on nearly 6 acres of land in Centre Island, about 40 miles east of Midtown Manhattan. The estate offers luxurious amenities including a swimming pool, tennis court, par-3 golf course, and a private 80-foot dock on Oyster Bay. The gated grounds showcase a timeless stone-and-shingle facade, with the interior boasting high ceilings and stunning views of the bay.

Centre Island has been a hotspot for celebrities, with notable residents like Billy Joel, who recently listed his estate for $49 million. Despite the temporary removal of Joel’s property from the market due to ongoing renovations, the island continues to attract wealthy individuals seeking premium real estate.

Hannity’s decision to list his Long Island home coincides with his purchase of a $5.3 million condominium in Palm Beach last year. Expressing his contentment with the move, Hannity emphasized that he finally feels aligned with the values of his new home state, Florida, during his radio show.

The transition to Palm Beach is not unique to Hannity, as fellow Fox News anchor Bret Baier also relocated from Washington, D.C. The area’s appeal to affluent Republican donors is further exemplified by the record-breaking sale of the late conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh’s Palm Beach property for $155 million.

Shawn and Zachary Elliott of Nest Seekers International are managing the listing for Hannity’s Long Island property. With the celebrity real estate market experiencing dynamic shifts, Hannity’s decision to part ways with his lavish estate reflects a broader trend of prominent figures seeking new settings that align with their personal and professional preferences.


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