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Susie Hilfiger’s Greenwich Estate with Duke’s Furniture & Mount Vernon Replica!

In 1995, Tommy and Susie Hilfiger bought their family home, the 17-acre Denbigh Farm in Greenwich, Connecticut, for $8.5 million.  Overlooking Long Island Sound, Denbigh Farm was where the Hilfigers raised their children and where Mrs. Hilfiger continued to live after their divorce, while Tommy purchased a nearby Greenwich farm.  Now that their children are grown and living in California, Susie is moving to the West Coast to be close to them.  Still fast friends with Tommy, who recently sold his farm for $45 million, Susie is using the same real estate agent who has listed her farm at $40 million.

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