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Marc Jacobs Honcho Lists His 19th-Century Home For Sale

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Another day, another grand old Savannah mansion. The Wall Street Journal reports that Marc Jacobs president Robert Duffy has listed the William Hunter House for $3.8M. The Italianate-style beaut, built in 1872, is located in the city's Landmark Historic District and has six bedrooms, six baths, preserved period details, a charming double-height porch, and a swank 45-foot-long pool that the fashion honcho had installed. Duffy, who recently bought a super-skinny Manhattan townhouse and whose place in Provincetown, Mass., was featured in the Nov. 2009 issue of Elle Decor, was apparently unsatisfied by the mansion's 8,500 square feet—"he's looking for more space for guests," according to his broker. The next owner will just have to make do.

· Marc Jacobs's President Robert Duffy Lists in Savannah, Ga., for $3.8 Million [WSJ]