The American designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee Hilfigier lowered from 27.5 million to 23.5 million dollars the sale price of his oceanfront mansion in Miami-Dade County (southeast Florida), faced with the difficulties for find a buyer, local media reported today.
The luxurious property located in the exclusive area of Golden Beach was designed by British architect Martyn Lawrence Bullard with interior decoration in the style of the 60s and 70s.
The couple had bought the mansion, located on the beachfront, with the intention of housing their collection of works of art.
The 14,075-square-foot (1,309-square-meter) mansion was built in 2007 based on cement and stucco, has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and is equipped with an elevator and an oceanfront pool, according to information from the real estate agency The Jill, in charge of the sale.
The total land of 27,500 square feet (2,558 square meters).
“The Hilfigers had this property designed to be a glamorous and sexy house where they could display their incredible collection of works of art,” explained Jill Hertzberg of The Jills. efe