You’re going to like the way this looks — I guarantee it.
George Zimmer, the former CEO of Men’s Wearhouse (he’s now the founder, chairman and CEO of zTailors and Generation Tux), has listed his lush compound on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii for a cool $35 million, The Post has learned.
Running 7.45 acres, the gated property includes 1, 000 feet of ocean frontage and 10 separate parcels.
A roughly 10, 000-square-foot home stands on the largest of these lots. This seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom and two-half-bathroom spread comes with the trappings you’d expect from luxury Hawaii property. The most notable: a wet bar/billiard room that opens to the oceanfront swimming pool. Trimmed with teak, the pad also has a media room and exercise space.
Of course, the entire compound oozes traditional Hawaiian charm. It’s shaded by lots of coconut palms, as well as milo, kou and beach heliotrope trees. There’s also a collection of natural and man-made anchialine ponds.
Zimmer’s best friend, rocker Neil Young, formerly owned two of these 10 parcels, and sold them to Zimmer when he purchased the property. This time around, Zimmer, in this new chapter, has purchased Young’s home farther up the Kohala Coast.