Tommy Hilfiger sold, for $50,000,000, a chalet that cost him $31,000,000 three months ago

Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger know how to do business with their homes.

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

The New York Designer Tommy Hilfigerwho on Thursday celebrated his arrival at the age of 71, continues to show signs of his good eye for buying housesby always scoring large profits when it’s time to get rid of them.

As an example of the above, there is the chalet that he acquired, just three months ago, near a Aspen ski resort.

The beautiful property, from which you have spectacular views of the mountains, was bought by the fashion tycoon in $31,000,000 dollarsbut that was not an impediment for him to sell it in $50,000,000 dollars.

The negotiation, which took place in an off-market operation, was finalized on March 22, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

So far the identity of the billionaire who fulfilled his dream of having a rest home in the mountains is unknown.

According to the technical sheet, the house, which was built in 2003, and is distributed over four floors, has an extension of 7,150 square feetwith four bedrooms, with seven full bathrooms and two half bathrooms.

It is completed by a hall, a kitchen, a dining room, a dining room, a living room, a main room, a television room, a basement, a garage for two vehicles, among other rooms.

Outside, on his lot 0.23 acresenjoys a terrace area, a barbecue area, a jacuzzi, access to the green areas that surround the chalet, among other amenities.

Until before passing into the hands of Tommy Hilfiger, the property belonged to the same family for more than 70 years.

To see more images of this residence, which was even rented in $190,000 dollars per monthclick here.

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