American fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has recently purchased a waterfront residence in Palm Beach, Florida for $21 million.
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Tommy Hilfiger, founder of Tommy Hilfiger Corporation, and his wife, fashion designer Dee Ocleppo, had a hectic year in real estate. Earlier this year, Hilfiger and Ocleppo recently bid farewell to their former 22-acre European-inspired home in Greenwich, Connecticut for $45 million. In March, the stylish duo picked up a $9 million house in the Palm Beach area. Recently, they have sold their Golden Beach mansion and only a mere few weeks later, purchased a second residence in the Palm Beach area. The seller, Donald Dizney, is board chairman of United Medical Corporation and purchased the property in 2013 at a price of $4 million. In December of 2020, the home was listed on the market for $21.5 million, but Hilfiger managed to close the deal at a reduced price of $21 million.
Built in 2006, Hilfiger’s newfound Mediterranean-style home spans 5,047 square feet and 0.3 acres of land. The humble abode includes three bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Set on the waterfront, the property highlights several spacious living areas, dining room, library, state-of-the-art kitchen with stone countertops, and two picturesque courtyards. The upstairs primary suite main suite offers a seating area, walk-in closets, his-and-hers bathrooms, and separate open terraces overlooking the waterfront. The property also has an attached two-car garage with a second-floor guest apartment. Stepping outside, the exterior space presents palm trees and landscaped greenery, modern swimming pool, barbecue terrace, and access to a dock.
Christian Angle with Christian Angle Real Estate represented both the Dizneys and the Hilfigers in the deal.
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