Tommy Hilfiger just listed his 'whimsical' Miami mansion for $27.5 million

Fashion designer and mogul Tommy Hilfiger is looking to offload his uniquely designed Miami mansion.

He recently listed the property for $27.5 million, a property which includes yellow polka-dot and scratch and sniff wallpaper that Hilfiger installed.

"We wanted it to be really unusual," Hilfiger told the Wall Street Journal. "We did sort of a 60s-70s theme, with really a white canvas with splashes of color."

If the property gets its asking price, it will become the most expensive property to sell in the Miami-area town of Golden Beach. Hilfiger is also selling his eclectic Manhattan penthouse, which has been on the market since 2013.

Hilfiger is selling the Florida house because he doesn't spend enough time there, he told the Journal.

Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber of the Jills team at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate have the listing.

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Inside Tommy Hilfiger's whimsical Miami home
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Inside Tommy Hilfiger's whimsical Miami home

The mansion measures 14,000 square feet.

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Inside, the home has colorful touches which are meant to make the home “part art gallery and part beach house."

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Hilfiger's taste for eclectic decor is apparent throughout the property.

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The living room has a mirrored ceiling which gives it additional depth.

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Banana wallpaper in the bathroom is of the scratch-and-sniff variety.

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A disco ball hangs above the indoor bar.

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The walls in the home office are actually made of fabric.

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Each bedroom has its own all-encompassing theme.

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The kitchen on the other hand has a monochrome vibe.

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The half acre of land includes a beach.

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A Kieth Haring sculpture rests in the middle of the pool and patio area — though it is not included in the sale.

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