Susie Hilfiger’s Greenwich Home Dubbed Denbigh Farm Lists for $40M
Married for 20 years before their split, Tommy and Susie Hilfiger seem to still be on the same wavelength. At least, about selling their opulent Greenwich, Connecticut homes. Just as the fashion designer and his wife, Dee, unloaded their estate in the affluent town for $45 million, Susie Hilfiger has put her stunning spread on the market. Asking $40 million and clocking in at 17.2 acres, Denbigh Farm is not your average farm.
Dating back to the late 1700s, the history of the property is as extravagant as the price. To start, the ballroom features a marble mantle that once lived in the former residence of the Hermes family in Paris. Also, a collection of furniture from the one-time Paris home of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor sits in the home. These royal furnishings don’t come with the sale, but can be purchased separately.
On the property’s grounds, there is also the stately Mount Vernon playhouse, built as a scale model of Mount Vernon. Overlooking no detail, the paint colors match authentic samples from the original home. But, that’s not where the presidential ties end. The George Bush family frequently visited when the estate was owned by Joseph Verner Reed, Jr. A room here is even called “The Oval Office.”
Several guest homes accompany the manor for a total of 7 bedrooms, 9 baths, and 4 half baths. The property also features extensive equestrian amenities and meticulous English sculptured sunken gardens. Listed with Janet Milligan of Sotheby’s International Realty Greenwich Brokerage, there is much more history to be made at Denbigh Farm.