You Can Live Out Your Real-Life Eloise at the Plaza Fantasy – For $75M

Fans of the iconic children's book series Eloise at the Plaza can now live out their youthful fantasy of living in New York's posh Plaza Hotel; the hotel's four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath penthouse was just relisted for sale at a discounted price of $75 million — $5 million less than it went on the market for in 2013.

The 5,655-square-foot duplex occupies the 18th and 19th floors of the plaza and is full of charming storybook details, such as a turret room with 35-foot ceilings and an original Eloise mural by book illustrator Hilary Knight. Then there's all the perks of living in a luxurious hotel, such as a 24-hour on-call staff and access to the hotel's maid, valet, and room services. And we haven't even mentioned the Central Park and Fifth Avenue views.

The penthouse's vibrant style — marked by an eclectic mix of antique furnishings, bold wall colors, and Andy Warhol portraits — is no accident; current owner is famed fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo. The couple purchased two uncombined units in 2008 to the tune of $25 million before pumping a reported $20 million into renovations, transforming the space into the dazzling duplex it is today.

Check out all the high-fashion details in the images. Photo by Hilary Knight via Simon & Schuster, Corcoran Group Real Estate

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Photographs from Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball hang on the dining room walls.

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A dramatic foyer greets guests into the two-floor penthouse duplex.

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A black and white theme lends character to the modern kitchen, which comes complete with every 21st century convenience.

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The magical turret room features spectacular views of New York City and a custom Eloise mural.

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This red and navy children's room spares no expense, from the lacquered built-ins to the crystal tall ship chandelier.

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Permanently unobstructed Central Park views are one of the penthouse's biggest selling points.

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Only the highest quality materials were used in this luxurious master bath.

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The whimsical lilac theme in this room seems straight out of a fairy tale.

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A Elizabeth Taylor portrait from Tommy Hilfiger's Andy Warhol collection hangs in the middle of this darkly glamorous room.

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Black and white is sophisticated in this grown-up bedroom.

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This informal living room combines a mix of modern and traditional decor elements, including an unexpected green neon light.

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The dramatic canopy is indicative of the collection of antiques scattered throughout the penthouse.