Tommy Hilfiger sells oceanfront estate in Palm Beach for $35M
The fashion mogul and his wife paid $34M for the property in April 2017
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, sold their Palm Beach estate for $35 million, property records show.
The couple sold the property at 100 Casa Bendita for $1 million more than what they paid for it in April 2017. They purchased the oceanfront mansion from the estate of the late English businessman Lord Anthony Jacobs and his late wife, Lady Evelyn.
According to property records, Villa Deniz LLC, the same entity that owns Hilfiger’s Golden Beach home, sold the five-bedroom, 10,600-square-foot home to Villa Bendita LLC, a Delaware company. More information on the buyer was not available in public records.
The Mediterranean-style estate has more than 200 feet of beach frontage and sits on a nearly 1-acre lot.
Hilfiger, who founded his eponymous fashion, home furnishings and accessories company, also owns the Raleigh hotel in Miami Beach. He and Ocleppo listed their Golden Beach home at 605 Ocean Boulevard last year with Coldwell Banker’s the Jills for $27.5 million.