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Tommy Hilfiger’s Walt Disney-themed home is still on the market for $23.5M

After a price cut, the pop art interior design by Martyn Lawrence Bullard still hasn't made a sell for the Golden Beach home that pays tribute to Andy Warhol.

We’re pretty surprised that Tommy Hilfiger’s Walt Disney-inspired, single-family home is still on the market for $23.5 million.

According to the Real Deal, the stunningly decorated abode was initially listed for $27.5 million—but even after a price cut, it’s still on the market.

Located at 605 Ocean Boulevard, the marvelous property is in a prime spot—outdoor has an infinity pool surrounded by lush royal palms, endless vista views, and 100 foot of oceanfront.

The fashion designer bought the 14,075-square foot-property with his wife, Dee Ocleppo, while he transformed the Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach into a private club, the Real Deal reports.

Hilfiger’s Miami chic pad has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and four partial bathrooms.

It also has an elevator, living room, dining room, bar, kitchen, cottage, den, media room, and studio apartment.

There’s also a foyer with a grandiose spiral staircase that has a hanging, 12’ crystal chandelier.

Like it’s owner, the abode is famous. It was once featured in Architectural Digest for its vibrant interior decor by Martyn Lawrence Bullard that’s influenced by bright colors, Andy Warhol, Walt Disney, Keith Haring, and General Motors.

Outdoor amenities include an infinity pool and fireplace.

With the home’s long list of unique, art-worthy designs, it makes sense why it was featured in AD.

There are many unique additions including a mirrored ceiling, standing bubble lighting tree, Scratch-and-Sniff wallpaper, acrylic bar stools, tic tac toe-inspired rod chandelier, and a hanging disco ball.

It’s designed with the “finest finishes” notes the listing, including high impact doors, barrel roofing, and French doors.

Unfortunately, the spectacular abode is sold unfurnished.

Built in 2007, The single-family, Golden Beach home was refurbished in 2015 and later placed back on the market in 2017, The Real Deal reports.

In 2016, Hilfiger paid $390,823 in property taxes.