Tommy Hilfiger is asking $27.9 million for his seven-bedroom mansion in Greenwich, Conn. The Greenwich Time broke the story on Wednesday of the listing, followed by the New York Post's Braden Keil's report yesterday. detailsize1.jpgdetailsize-91.jpgdetailsize-11.jpgdetailsize-21.jpgdetailsize-31.jpgdetailsize-61.jpgdetailsize-10.jpgdetailsize-41.jpgdetailsize-51.jpgdetailsize-71.jpgdetailsize-81.jpg Known as Stone Hill, the mansion sits on four acres at 435 Round Hill Road in Greenwich. Features on the estate include nine full baths, three half baths, a marble entry, three sets of French doors, an infinity edge swimming pool, a tennis court, a basketball court, a pool pavilion, a step-down living room with a white marble fireplace, a library, and a formal dining room with leather-lined walls, the Time reported. Other features include a home theater, a 2,000-bottle wine cellar, a kitchen with a wood-burning brick pizza oven, an eight-burner Viking stove, and a floor of tumbled Italian limestone, according to the Time. Hilfiger's mansion measures 20,000 square feet, according to listing information, or 10,334 square feet, according to public records. He bought the new-construction spec property in 2005 for $18,000,000 through his Stonehills LLC company, according to public records. Check out an online listing sheet for Hilfiger's estate -- complete with photos -- here.