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A very large Backcountry Greenwich estate belonging to clothing mogul Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee has hit the market for $47.5 million.

Janet Milligan of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent. The Connecticut Post reports the Hilfigers are planning to relocate to Palm Beach Florida.

The 13,344-square-foot home at 30 Round Hill Road sits on 22.39 acres.

Built in 1939, the local landmark has sweeping views of Long Island sound and the countryside from the top of 570-foot-tall Round Hill, the highest point in Greenwich. Even the Manhattan skyline can be seen from the property, the listing declares.

The home was renovated in recent years by Andre Tchelistcheff Architects, Xhema Industries, interior designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Cindy Rinfret of Rinfret, Ltd. and landscape designer Miranda Brooks, winning the 2015 Stanford White Award and a feature spot in a 2017 issue of Architectural Digest.

The home itself has six bedroom suites, seven full baths and three half-baths. Six fireplaces, carved millwork, intricate plasterwork, decorative painting, wide-board and limestone floors and fine textile wall-coverings are among its original finishes preserved and highlighted by the restoration, the listing states. A home theater, game room and a wine cellar round out the property, whose grounds feature a water garden, pool, tennis court and great lawn. A guest cottage, greenhouse and four-bay garage are also included.