Tommy Hilfiger buys Palm Beach house for $9 million: report
Palm Beach house will reportedly be Hilfigers' home while they renovate nearby property
It’s a new look for Tommy Hilfiger.
The fashion designer and his wife, designer Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger, recently purchased a home in Palm Beach, Fla., the Palm Beach Daily News reported, citing unidentified sources familiar with the deal. The couple is said to have paid $9 million via an LLC for the 4,970-square-foot “turnkey” property.
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The three-bed, four-bath home boasts high ceilings, a living room with a fireplace and a kitchen with clean modern finishes, according to the former listing.
Each bedroom includes an en suite bathroom. The primary suite features dual closets and bathrooms, including one with a freestanding tub and separate shower.
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A second-floor great room opens to a front-facing balcony. Out back, there’s a terrace overlooking the pool and private gardens.
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The property sits close to a country club with a golf course and a private beach club.
Toni Hollis and Gloria Moré of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities held the listing. Christian Angle represented the buyers.
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The Hilfigers may not be staying in the home for long, however, according to the Daily News. They plan to live there while renovating a larger estate somewhere else in Palm Beach.
The couple reportedly sold their previous home in Greenwich, Conn. for $45 million. That park-like 22-acre estate features an opulent 13,344-square-foot European countryside-inspired mansion that the Hilfigers spent years carefully restoring.
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Palm Beach is familiar turf for the famous couple, with the Daily News reporting that the Hilfigers sold their last beachfront home in the exclusive island community for $35 million in 2018.