Music exec Tommy Mottola lists Greenwich estate with bi-level closets for $20M

TRD New York /
Apr.April 19, 2017 12:05 PM

Tommy Mottola and Thalia (credit: Getty and Douglas Elliman)

Tommy Mottola, the former CEO and chairman of Sony Music and serial diva dater, has just listed his massive estate in Greenwich, Connecticut for $19.95 million, the Wall Street Journal Reports.

Per the Journal, this is the 14th house Mottola has bought and renovated. He seems to have a pretty good eye for flipping; this house only cost him $2.85 million when he bought it in 2010. He renovated it and fixed the landscaping, providing easier access to the lake on the property.

(credit: Douglas Elliman)

The house sits on 5.7 acres, and clocks in at 12,300 square feet, plus a lower level with a gym, playroom and beauty salon for Mottola’s wife, Mexican pop star, Thalia. Both Thalia and Tommy have their own two-story dressing rooms, and the home also has an elevator, an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, a swimming pool, a carriage house that can act as a recording studio, and a footbridge to a private island.

Lyn Stevens and Robin Kencel of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

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