Tommy Hilfiger’s Vibrant Miami Mansion Hits the Market for $24.5 Million
Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard crafted the seven-bedroom getaway, which boasts 100 feet of prime ocean frontage
Fashion titan Tommy Hilfiger is listing his sleek South Florida mansion for $24.5 million. Designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the seven-bedroom estate is located on a prime oceanfront parcel just north of Miami, in Golden Beach.
Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, purchased the 10,300-square-foot residence in 2013 and promptly enlisted Los Angeles–based Bullard, whose clients include Cher and Elton John, to oversee a bold and vibrant makeover filled with pattern and color. The couple also tasked the designer with creating a pristine environment to better showcase their impressive trove of modern art, which includes works by Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. “Together, we conceived the house as part art gallery and part 1960s–’70s disco madness,” Bullard told Architectural Digest in a 2014 cover story.
With Bullard at the helm, floors were paved in shiny travertine and marble in a chevron pattern, while zippy guest bedrooms were painted in an array of monochromatic patterns, like sunshine-yellow polka dots and fire-engine red stripes. The chef’s kitchen is centered around a Caesarstone island and features a 1970s Robert Sonneman chandelier, Aran Cucine cabinetry and hood, Miele ovens, and Gaggenau cooktop.
The biggest draw for sunseekers will no doubt be the jaw-dropping back terrace, which boasts a resort-style infinity pool, beach cabana, bar, and grill—plus 100-foot-long stretch of sandy shoreline. This listing marks the Hilfigers’ final South Florida property. The couple sold their Palm Beach escape in 2018 and also unloaded the Raleigh Hotel in South Beach last year for $103 million.
The home is listed with Oren Alexander and Isaac Lustgarten of Douglas Elliman. See more photos below.