Ousted Men's Wearhouse founder George Zimmer is selling his massive Hawaiian vacation home for $35 million

zimmer property beach view

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The beach is just steps away from the property.

George Zimmer, the founder and former CEO of Men's Wearhouse, has listed his oceanfront estate on the Big Island of Hawaii for $35 million.

According to the Los Angeles Times, he's selling the home because he recently bought Neil Young's $20 million property nearby.

Zimmer made headlines in 2013, when he was abruptly fired from the company he founded in 1973. He's now reportedly working on a new company, zTux and zTailors, which lets users book tailor services through an app.
Zimmer's 7.45-acre property sits on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii, and it's one of the largest privately owned homes in the area.

It boasts nearly 1,000 feet of ocean frontage and a seven-bedroom main house.