Archibald Manor is present throughout the series and in many ways.
We learn, for example, that the house was purchased by William van der Bilt (James Naughton), Nate’s grandfather. Anne (Francie Swift), Howard (Sam Robards) and Nate, their son, live in this incredible home.
It is between these walls that Howard is arrested for fraud and embezzlement. When he fled to the Dominican Republic on parole, the FBI saw it as proof of his guilt and came to take inventory of the house, the void and deprived it of water and electricity.
If Anne chooses to go to the Hamptons as a result of these events, Nate decides to remain there clandestinely until her father surrenders and the mansion is returned to them.
Later, Nate studied at Columbia and resided at the university, leaving her mother alone in the house. When her father asked for her release, wishing that the house would be her place of residence, Anne refused and asked for the divorce as well as the mansion.
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