Shoe Designer's Giant Blue, $24 Million Star Island Mansion for Sale

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Much like his shoe line, the décor of designer Donald J. Pliner's Star Island mansion is of questionable taste. Listen, we're not gonna directly say his shoes and home are tacky. We're just going to say we wouldn't spend $475 on beaded loafers, nor would we shell out $24 million for the house. But if it's your thing, it could be yours. It's on the market.

Take a pictorial tour below.

This two-story, 10,160-square-foot home has four bedrooms and eight and a half baths and was built in 2000. The listing doesn't mention any special amenities that are out of the ordinary for Star Island. Though standard features include boat dockage, heated pool, and a state-of-the-art security system.

Pliner, who sold a majority stake in his company, is apparently planning to relocate to Los Angeles.

[via Curbed]

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