Tommy Hilfiger has splashed out a cool $36.9 million for a stylish pad in Palm Beach, FL.
The fashion designer purchased the five-bedroom, seven-bath, waterfront estate from Larry Moens, one of the area’s top real estate brokers, according to The Real Deal.
Moens has sealed the deal on numerous Palm Beach properties for high net worth buyers, including Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, actor Sylvester Stallone, and casino developer Steve Wynn.
Moens purchased the 6,528-square-foot home in 2021 for $17,880,000, so he more than doubled his money with the recent sale.
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This home will be another trophy property in Hilfiger’s Palm Beach portfolio.
Just two years ago, Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, went on a shopping spree in Palm Beach—picking up a $21 million waterfront mansion and a brand-new build for $9 million.
Hilfiger’s latest and greatest purchase was built in 1927. It is unknown if Moens made any improvements to the property, but its prime location has always been a huge draw for buyers.
The stone home sits on nearly a half-acre and features many luxurious finishes alongside historic details. Highlights include preserved hardwood floors, arched windows and doors, cathedral ceilings, and exposed beams.
A chef’s kitchen boasts high-end appliances and an enormous wood island with a sink.
The primary bedroom has a soaring ceiling and glass doors, which open onto a terrace with spectacular ocean views. A jaw-dropping bathroom features a soaking tub, fireplace, and walk-in closet.
The property also features a pool, pool house, covered patio, and outdoor dining area.
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