The latest celebrity real estate we are swooning over? Tommy and Dee Hilfiger's Greenwich, CT, manse, which was just listed by Janet Milligan, Sotheby’s International Realty Greenwich Brokerage, today for a cool $47.5 million. The power couple spent six years restoring and renovating this 1939 Greville Rickard estate built for real estate tycoon George V. Paterno with an all-star team. Interior designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Cindy Rinfret, landscape designer Miranda Brooks, and architectural firms Andre Tchelistcheff Architects and Xhema Industries all contributed to the effort. The European-style estate resides on 22-plus lush acres at Greenwich's highest point with unbeatable views that stretch as far as Long Island Sound and the Manhattan skyline.
The 13,344-square-foot home houses six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, three powder rooms, a theater room, and a wine cellar with a tasting room. It also features a pool, tennis court, great lawn that faces Long Island Sound, plus a greenhouse, guesthouse, and tea house that has been converted into a security pavilion.
There are also four enchanting gardens on the property that are reminiscent of England and France's outdoor living spaces. The home features a fountained rose garden, water garden with koi pond, boxwood knot garden, and topiary garden.
Impeccable details are around every corner of this stunning home, from the intricate wood and stonework in every room to the Turkish details in the theater. The Gilded Age cocktail bar, spacious dressing rooms, and multiple wellness-centric spaces help establish the Hilfiger home as a dream refuge for those seeking a slice of the English countryside closer to home.
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