Denbigh Farm, the gorgeous equestrian estate once owned by Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Susie for 25 years, is up for sale for $9.7M — representing a serious price drop. Following their 2000 divorce, Susie sold the property for $15M in 2021, even though it was originally listed at $40M, according to the
Robb Report. Scroll down for a look inside.
Tucked away on a private country lane, the English manor-style home dates back to 1932, comprising a 7,438-square-foot main house, a guest apartment above the garage and a poolside cabana.
Inside, the brick-and-stucco abode has period details like wood floors and high ceilings. The double-height foyer has a striking ironwork bannister and panelling.
The formal living room has floor-to-ceiling leaded pane windows and intricate plaster moldings.
The curvaceous dining room undulates around the bay window.
The tracery ceiling in the box-panelled study is one of the home’s standout moments.
Built-in bookcases frame a stone fireplace, for an English manor vibe.
The classic white chef’s kitchen has a generous island and eat-in area for casual meals.
Adjacent to the kitchen, the breakfast room has a romantic, European feel, and is embellished by parquet floors, elaborate Beaux Arts panelling and French doors leading to a terrace.
The principal suite occupies its own private wing with a sitting room, a cozy fireplace, dressing room and ensuite.
The principal ensuite has dual baths with a contemporary glass-enclosed shower and fanciful patterned flooring.
The grounds have been revitalized with expansive level lawns for play, stone terraces and a blend of formal and whimsical gardens. This stone terrace is ideal for breakfast.
Viewed from the main house, the pool house resembles a cottage and is equipped with two baths, a kitchenette and a lounge and games area.
In front of the poolhouse, two woven hanging chairs are suspended by the pergola, where mature vines provide a natural canopy.