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Jimmy Choo Billionaire Tamara Mellon Buys Lavish Hamptons Mansion: Take A Peek Inside!

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May 3 2012, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon will have plenty of room to house her kitten heels in the ‘sprawling new beach mansion’ she’s just bought in Bridgehampton, New York.

Mellon splashed out $7.95M on the Farrell Building Company home on Highland Terrace, according to the New York Post, and has photos inside her opulent new pad.

The estate is 6,500 square feet and features 7-bedrooms, 6 1/2-bathrooms and an outdoor pool for those summer parties.

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Featuring a brand new floor plan, the first level of the house offers a great room and living room both with fireplaces, a huge eat-in kitchen as well as a guest master with access to the pool.

Upstairs nestles the master wing, running the full depth of the house, with its own private balcony, as well as three additional guest suites all with baths and terraces.

A finished lower level offers recreational areas, two additional bedrooms for staff or weekend overflow and rooms for wine cellar, sauna and a true home theater.

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Outside, the property has an uncovered and a covered porch with a convenient pool bath overlooking the heated Gunite pool and spa framed by generous lawn and plantings offering views of the 13-acre reserve and beyond.

Mellon, who was once married to oil and banking heir Matthew Mellon, co-founded the iconic luxury shoe company.

The company was bought by current owners Labelux in 2011. Mellon stepped down from the brand in November 2011.



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