Tommy Hilfiger is having a busy year in real estate. According to Palm Beach Daily News, the famous fashion designer and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, bought a home in Palm Beach, Florida for $ 21 million, their second in just three months.
Their latest expensive pillow is a three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom Mediterranean-style home that spans 5,047 square feet. Perched on the seafront, the estate has several spacious living areas, a dining room, a library, a state-of-the-art kitchen with stone countertops and two beautifully landscaped courtyards. columns.
Upstairs is the master suite, which includes a living room, walk-in closets, him and her bathrooms, and separate open terraces that overlook the water. The property also has an attached garage for two cars with a guest apartment on the second floor. Palm trees and landscaped greenery fill the rear space, which also has a modern swimming pool, barbecue terrace and dock access.
In March, Hilfiger and Ocleppo bought a $ 9 million home in the Palm Beach area. They also parted ways with other properties this year, including their 22-acre European-inspired home in Greenwich, Connecticut, which they sold for $ 45 million. More recently, the couple sold their eccentrically decorated seaside digs in Golden Beach, Fla. For $ 24 million, reports the South Florida Business Journal.
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When Architectural summary visited the lavish mansion in 2014, Hilfiger and Ocleppo made it clear that they wanted a whimsical home filled with artwork, color, and an array of patterns. (It even features scratch and sniff wallpaper in guest bathrooms.) Recalling a conversation with their interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Ocleppo said, “If that’s not shagadelic or groovy. , it does not fit in the house. “