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Former Men’s Wearhouse Executive Sells Big Island Home

December 11, 2015, 5:25 PM HST
* Updated December 11, 5:28 PM
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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

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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.

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Zimmer began Men’s Wearhouse in 1972 and is the current CEO and chairman of Generation Tux and zTailors.

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