Former Men’s Wearhouse Executive Sells Big Island Home
Former Men’s Wearhouse co-owner and Chief Executive Officer George Zimmer is selling his Big Island home.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Zimmer is selling his $35 million home as result of a recent nearby purchases of singer Neil Young’s home.
Robert Chancer and Steve Hurwitz of Mauna Kea Realty have listed the 10,000-square foot, seven bedroom, seven bathroom, and two powder room compound. The home sits on 10 separate parcels of land and is just shy of seven-and-a half acres of ocean front property at the end of Puako Beach Drive.
The home boasts of 1,000 feet of ocean front space, a media room, exercise room, and wet bar/billiard room that all opens to the free-form ocean front swimming pool.
Lucky Bennett designed the home, which features underground utilities and is surrounded by both natural and manmade anchialine ponds
According to the LA Times, Zimmer purchased Young’s home for $20 million. It features a Hawaiian-style main house, two guest cottages, two greenhouses, and a swimming pool with a poolhouse on three acres.
Zimmer began Men’s Wearhouse in 1972 and is the current CEO and chairman of Generation Tux and zTailors.