“This property is the home you dream about your whole life,” says listing agent Jill Hertzberg of The Jills.“From its artful design to the surrounding beachfront landscape, it just gets everything right.”
Co-listing agent Jill Eber adds: “It truly represents the homeowners’ unique sense of style, from the amazing finishes to the whimsical decor, the Hilfiger’s [Tommy and wife, Dee] certainly left their signature on the space.”
The couple called on designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to help turn the 14,000 square-foot property into a colorful, 60s-style homage to Miami. Retro accents—such as free form sofas in the living room and a disco ball chandelier in the bar area—can be found in virtually every room of the house.
The dramatic, black-and-white striped chef’s kitchen features hidden storage cabinets, mirrored backsplashes, and an extra long center island (with acrylic and shag barstools, of course).
The vibrant estate offers a whopping seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, many of which are covered in fruit-scented, scratch-and-sniff wallpapers with bananas and oranges.
The master bathroom boasts striking, black-and-white tiles and walls as well as stunning views of the ocean. You’ll also find original Pop Art installations, including works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Damien Hirst sprinkled throughout the three-story space.
The orange and fuchsia movie theater room features a built-in screen, state-of-the art projector, and fuzzy fur carpeting. There’s also a gym, office, library, elevator, and floating staircase on the palatial grounds.
Outside, you’ll find a heated, infinity-edge swimming pool, lush landscaping, and over 100 feet of private ocean frontage. No wonder Hilfiger—who recently put the Golden Beach home on the market—wants $27.5M for the place.