Tommy Hilfiger buys Palm Beach home for $21 million
Waterfront property includes private dock on Intracoastal Waterway
Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger just paid $21 million for a waterfront home in Palm Beach, Florida, according to the real estate publication, The Real Deal.
The 5,047-square-foot home sits beside the Intracoastal Waterway with a private concrete dock. It has three bedrooms.
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Photos from the former listing show the 2006-built Mediterranean-style home has rows of columns supporting high arched ceilings, ornate fireplaces and other fine finishes. The large owner’s suite has a step-in shower, a separate garden tub, double vanities and water views.
Outside, the property features a pool, putting green, columned courtyard and an outdoor fireplace. Hedges and palm trees offer privacy.
The fashion designer couple purchased the property via a "limited liability company" (LLC), The Real Deal reported. Christian Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate represented both the buyers and sellers, according to Realtor.com.
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Property records list the sellers as Donald and Irene Dizney, the owners of Ocala equestrian facility Double Diamond Farm, who paid $3.9 million for the property in 2003.
This isn’t the Hilfigers’ only Palm Beach home. They paid $9 million for a smaller "turnkey" property in March after selling a larger estate in Greenwich, Connecticut. The Palm Beach Daily News reported the couple planned to live in that Palm Beach house while renovating a larger property in the area.
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The Hilfigers also sold another South Florida property for $28 million, The Real Deal reported last month. That Golden Beach home was once featured in Architectural Digest.