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Inside Tommy Hilfiger's $27.9M Mansion

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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HOUSE SITTING Tommy Hilfiger's 27.9M Connecticut jump-off Having sold his eponymous clothing label for $1.6 billion, Tommy Hilfiger will never need a penny more. Ever. So it must purely be for kicks that he mints money by flipping high-priced houses.

Late in 2007, the khaki king pocketed $26.5 million when he sold a swanky ocean front estate in East Hampton, New York, he'd bought a year earlier for $17 million. This week, the recently engaged fashionisto put Stone Hill, the gated, four-acre Greenwich, Connecticut, estate he purchased in 2005 for $18 million, on the market for $27.9 million.

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In addition to the seven bedrooms, nine full and three half-bathrooms, the 20,000-square-foot place has an elevator, eight fireplaces, a formal dining room ensconced in leather, a family room with a massive motorized chandelier made of deer antlers, a suede-lined home theater, and a master bedroom swathed in baby's butt-soft herringbone cashmere.

A 2,000-bottle wine cellar shares the lower floor with a sauna and an indoor basketball half-court, while the outside features the requisite infinity pool, tennis court, and immaculate lawns.

Buyer bonus: Judge Judy Sheindlin is building a big house down the street and if she's in a rare good mood might be convinced to mediate any family squabbles.

Click here for a full tour of Tommy's temporary crib!

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