Tommy Hilfiger Sells His Extravagant Newly-Acquired Aspen Abode for $50M
Tommy Hilfiger seems to be taking full advantage of today’s strong luxury market by reorganizing/lightening his real estate portfolio. In January of 2021, the designer sold his 22-Acre Greenwich, Connecticut estate for $45 million, and now he’s unloaded a ritzy residence in Colorado. Situated on the slopes of Aspen Mountain, the majestic contemporary closed on March 22 for $50 million.
Besides the astronomical price, what makes this sale most interesting and impressive is that Hilfiger only nabbed the property about three months ago. Dare we call this a flip? Whether that was the intention all along or a change of heart took place, Hilfiger is walking away with a major win since records show he paid $30.945 million for the home in December 2021. A short, but profitable stay.
While the design-savvy seller may be all smiles with the sale’s outcome, the buyer has plenty to exalt in, too. Shielded by a wall of tall pines, the 7,150-square-foot home provides just enough privacy from skiers while offering an uber-convenient mountain retreat. One can ski-in/ski-out right to Little Nell ski trail and plan the day’s snowy adventures from there.
For those not so actively inclined, the residence can entertain right within its perimeters. No $50 million Aspen home comes without a dreamy hot tub, and here it can be found raised on a generous patio. The new owner and guests can also hang out around the living room’s fireplace, with postcard-worthy slopes always in view, or go nap the day away in one of the four bedrooms.
According to Mansion Global, Steven Shane of Compass represented both the seller and the buyer in this huge Aspen deal.