Tommy Hilfiger dumps $45 million Greenwich mansion for sunny Florida


January 18, 2021 | 2:08pm | Up to date January 19, 2021 | 8:06am

Nearly all people appears to be transferring to Florida — together with Tommy Hilfiger, who dumped his $45 million Greenwich mansion for hotter pastures. 

The American attire mogul, 69, and his spouse, former mannequin Dee Ocleppo, 54, have lastly closed the sale — teased completely by The Put up again in November — of their 13,344-square-foot mansion. The 22-acre property at 30 John St., which they’ve owned since 2010, has six bedrooms, seven bogs and three powder rooms.

“The home doesn’t really feel very giant as a result of it’s cozy and heat. They used virtually each room. It welcomes you,” itemizing agent Janet Milligan with Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty Greenwich Brokerage instructed The Put up. 

Tommy Hilfiger closed on his Greenwich, Connecticut mansion for $45 million.
Tommy Hilfiger closed on his Greenwich, Connecticut, mansion for $45 million.Sotheby’s; Getty Pictures

The house has hand-painted cloth partitions, carved millwork, wide-board and limestone flooring, textile wall coverings, a wine cellar and a tasting room. An 18th-century French fire is amongst six whole fireplaces, and the main bedroom has two bogs, two dressing rooms and an workplace, in keeping with

A view of the estate is pictured. Hilfiger's house has a detached
Hilfiger’s home has a indifferent “tea home” that served as their personal safety workplace, stated Milligan.

The entry has a carved wood staircase. The formal eating room has wooden paneling, and the massive kitchen has uncovered wooden beams and a breakfast room — plus the home has a house theater.

“[Ocleppo] has Turkish heritage, so the Turkish-inspired decor is absolutely particular. She made the theater room a extremely stunning, cozy room the place you simply need to watch motion pictures all day. It has a sweet machine, popcorn, sofas and completely different ranges of chairs,” stated Milligan.

A garden is pictured.
“The large, gracious, stately black gates open up, and there’s the home and it’s like — wow … there’s actually the wow issue,” stated itemizing agent Janet Milligan.

Outdoor, the home has fountains, a koi pond, a pool, an all-weather tennis courtroom, a rose backyard, a boxwood knot backyard, a topiary backyard and a garden overlooking the Lengthy Island Sound. The home has a four-car storage plus a two-bedroom visitor home with its personal two-car storage, in keeping with They even had a greenhouse, which as soon as housed orchids, and a rooster coop with three roosters and not less than a dozen hens, Milligan instructed The Put up. 

“As you strategy, you go up a knoll, and you may’t see the home. As you drive up the driveway, it’s perched up there like a pearl,” stated Milligan. “It’s the very best level in Greenwich, and on a transparent day, you may see New York Metropolis.”

An outdoor pool is pictured.
“It’s like a storybook,” stated Milligan.

That is the eighth home the couple has renovated and bought during the last 35 years. They bought the house for $31.37 million in 2010 and reportedly spent hundreds of thousands renovating the house, together with changing the roof’s terra cotta tiles with custom-made precise replicas of the originals. They employed Andre Tchelistcheff Architects, in addition to the inside designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, and likewise Cindy Rinfret of Rinfret, Ltd. for the renovations, in keeping with City & Nation

“There was an indoor pool initially, they usually turned it into essentially the most spectacular household room. You’d by no means understand it wasn’t there earlier than, it was completed so properly,” stated Milligan, who added that the brand new household room has French doorways, a moist bar, a sitting space, a tv and a billiards desk. 

Landscaping is pictured. The $45 million house originally went under contract in November, with contingencies, for $47.5 million.
The $45 million home initially went below contract in November, with contingencies, for $47.5 million.

Their Greenwich home was in-built 1939 and designed by Greville Rickard for actual property investor Charles Vincent Paterno. The home was later owned by artwork collector Dr. Joseph Hirshhorn, whose assortment is now on the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC, in keeping with

Sally Slater of Douglas Elliman represented the nameless consumers who purchased the property by means of an LLC. 

An aerial perspective of the house.
“You assume you’re miles away from every thing, nevertheless it’s truly so conveniently positioned and in such a fairly space,” stated Milligan.

“They’re not showy individuals. They’re simply trying to begin their life in Greenwich versus the place they have been,” Slater instructed the Actual Deal.

Hilfiger and Ocleppo will transfer to Palm Seaside, Florida, for favorable tax insurance policies and different unnamed causes; the couple is promoting their Miami house and need to purchase a brand new Florida house, they instructed the Wall Avenue Journal in September. Hilfiger additionally bought his Plaza Resort penthouse in 2019 for $33.25 million and a Palm Seaside mansion for $35 million in 2017. 


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