Tommy Hilfiger is listing another real estate gem, this time in Greenwich, Connecticut. The massive property is being offered by the fashion designer and his wife for the jaw-dropping amount of $47,500,000. The couple acquired the residence in 2010.
The unique mansion is 13,344 sq ft of living space and set on over a 22-acre lot. The residence was built in 1939 for Charles V. Paterno, a real estate developer, called the "Napoleon of the Manhattan Skyscraper Builders". Later, in 2010, the home was designed by the talented architect Greville Rickard and took six years to be completely restored, featured in Architectural Digest in 2017, and honored with a 2015 Stanford White Award, according to the listing. The residence is European-inspired, encompassing 6 bedrooms, eight and a half bathroom, and a 6-car garage.
At the entrance, the property features an elegant staircase, hand-carved panels, a limestone fireplace, a stenciled ceiling with a huge chandelier, exposed beams that give the room a sense of a classic European home. The interiors are filled with details such as a gothic front door, herringbone floors, roof titles,\French and Tudor fireplaces, ornate plaster ceilings, among others.
Amenities include a wet bar, a Middle Eastern lounge-style media room, a full gym, a playroom, large bedrooms including a luxurious master suite with a one-of-a-kind private bathroom, and a massage room with a sauna.
The exteriors are as modern and elegant as the interiors, they include a bean shape pool, a firepit, several sitting areas, and dining tables, a precious landscape with trees and shrubs, including a fountain, several gardens, and a tennis court.
The gated property has been titled Round Hill because its located at the highest point in Greenwich which offers views of the city skyline.
Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, are active in the real estate market, the couple has also listed a Florida oceanfront for more than $24M.
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