The mansion once owned by designer Tommy Hilfiger that doubled as a set for reality television shows is selling for $6.75 million.
The Greenwich property became familiar to television viewers as the location for the 2003 MTV series “Rich Girls” starring Hilfiger’s daughter, Ally, and for the designer’s 2005 CBS fashion competition show “The Cut.”
According to this listing on Zillow, the property nicknamed "Appleyard" is an iconic compound that offers unparalleled resort style living. The timeless colonial sits on 4.6 level acres enclosed by bucolic stone walls. A gated entry opens to an expansive cobblestone courtyard. A vibrant family room, living room and library are joined by a gourmet kitchen perfectly set between the solarium, dining room and terrace.
Built in 1999 and located at 578 Riversville Road, the property features a 10,000-square-foot home with seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a home cinema and a music studio, swimming pool and tennis court.
Hilfiger sold the home in 2006 to the current owner for $7.8 million and moved to another Greenwich mansion, known as “Stone Hill,” which he bought in 2005 for $18 million.
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