Famously the set of the reality television shows “Rich Girls” on MTV and “The Cut” on CBS centered around fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger and his family, “Appleyard” just returned to the market for $6.75 million. The Greenwich, Connecticut Colonial is as epochal as its former owner and fit for a fashion legend. Residing on nearly five acres and encompassing just under 10,000 total square feet of living space, the home’s timeless design epitomizes the American Dream.
Seamlessly integrating an outdoor oasis with open-concept indoor family living, Appleyard houses seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and one half bathroom between three levels.
The interior spaces also include a theater room and a music studio designed for Hilfiger’s daughter, Ally. The great room’s soaring ceiling highlights floor-to-ceiling windows, drenching the exquisite living area in ample natural light. A commanding stone fireplace also stretches the height of the room. The first floor additionally features an impressive gourmet kitchen adjacent to the solarium and a three-bedroom suite, while the upper levels incorporate four more suites.
Outdoors, the compound is enclosed by stone walls with a gated entrance opening to an extensive cobblestone courtyard. Resort-style amenities include a pool and spa, terrace and a tennis court.