Tommy Hilfiger Flips Aspen Home for $50M—A $20M Profit in Three Months

Tommy Hilfiger Flips Aspen Home for $50M—A $20M Profit in Three Months

Published: March 31, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff

Record-shop-hipster-turned-fashion-mogul Tommy Hilfiger’s real estate adventures generally feature extraordinary residences. In the spring of last year, Hilfiger and his wife Dee sold their South Florida home for roughly $25 million; the wildly right-brained Golden Beach mansion had been on and off the market for about four years when it sold. Last year, the Hilfigers sold Round Hill, their blue-blooded prewar French Eclectic pile in Greenwich, collecting $45 million from a buyer to hand off ownership of the 22-acre estate.

In their latest chapter of acquisition, residentially incoming and, soon afterwards, outgoing is a desirable alpine retreat. The pair recently sold their inter-slope modern chalet in Aspen, a 7,250 sq. ft. residence with ski-in, ski-out convenience on Aspen Mountain. The four-bedroom, ten-bath home closed at about $50 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The couple had just purchased the home in December. The property had been decades with the same owners before the Hilfigers shelled out $30.5 million for it.

The interiors of the 2003-built vacation home are more refined than rustic, with a bit of Japanese influence and a broad variety of wood types and finishes. The open concept living area includes a great room with a double-height ceiling, plentiful glass, a fireplace, a window seat — one of several in the home — and wood accents, floors, walls and ceiling. The kitchen features a variety of wood tones, a slate tile blacksplash, and counter and island caps that appear to be soapstone and are shaped in a manner that hints at atomic age modernism.

The home’s upper level includes a den with a built-in bench seat, and a media space with built-in seating. The master bedroom features a private sitting area and opens via double glass doors to the outdoor living area, where a BBQ — and the mountain — awaits.

The couple’s portfolio also includes a pair of warm-weather residences. They purchased a Palm Beach spread last year for $21 million and added another for $46.3 million.

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