Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, have sold their 22-acre estate in Greenwich, Connecticut for $47.5 million.
It sits at the summit of Round Hill - the highest point in Greenwich. The country estate has been "impeccably restored" over six years by the couple and offers exciting features including a topiary garden, a wine cellar and a tasting room.
The couple – who bought the property in 2010 for $31.375 million – are moving to the ultra-exclusive Palm Beach area in Florida. The European-style estate encompasses 22.4 park-like acres. It offers views of the Long Island Sound and all the way to the Manhattan skyline.
The 13,344-square-foot home includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and three half-baths. The exquisitely detailed home includes six fireplaces, stained glass panels, textile wall coverings, detailed plasterwork and carved millwork.
Perfect for entertaining, most first-floor rooms open to engaging outdoor living spaces in the idyllic landscape
Each bedroom includes an en suite bathroom. The master suite features two bathrooms, two dressing rooms and a private office.
It also includes a lavish home cinema. Outside, there is a rose garden with a fountain, topiaries, a koi pond and a greenhouse. There’s also a pool, tennis court, a great lawn and a guest cottage
Hilfiger told Architectural Digest in 2017:” We feel like we’re in the English countryside, yet the city is so close.”,Image: 570516212, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no