Tommy Hilfiger’s pop-culture extravaganza of a Florida mansion is back on the market late this summer. The waterfront home is located in Golden Beach, which is north of Miami Beach.
The home Hilfiger purchased in 2013 and designed—radically—to taste first appeared on the open market in 2017, asking $27.5 million. Early 2018 found it priced at $23.5 million; it’s most recent appearance sees the price bumped up to $24.5 million.
The house is less living space than pop-culture art installation. Taken as a whole, the house is an odyssey of style, color and texture, riffing on film, modern art, and music along the way. A bathroom with a striking black and white chevron-pattern wall treatment, bedrooms in garish blue and white, red and white, and yellow and white patterns, and an office with red and blue block wall covering are a few of the highlights of the home’s interiors. The design is the work of Martyn Lawrence Bullard. His other notable projects include the $65 million Malibu home of real estate tycoon Judah Hertz.
The waterfront estate also features an infinity pool, a beach cabana, and guest accommodations.