See inside Jerry Seinfeld’s stunning Colorado retreat
Jerry Seinfeld’s stunning holiday sanctuary may just be one of the most glorious properties you’ve ever seen from a celebrity.
The comedian and his wife, Jessica, are looking to offload the Colorado paradise for $19.65 million (US $14.95m).
The 27-acreage is frequently visited by the Seinfelds and their three children as they are all avid skiers.
Listing agent Bill Fandel told Mansion Global that the pair have decided to sell as their children are older and due to the fast-moving real-estate market
The guesthouse that boasts four-bedrooms and adjoins onto the property is also available for $3.65 million (US$2.77m), reports claims.
The Seinfelds bought the ski getaway in 2007 for a cool US$7.55 million.
The estate has been up for sale in the past as well, including when Jerry tested the waters in 2011, with a price tag of $24 million (US$18.3 million).
The couple then had a change of heart and took it off the market within a few months.
Colorado is home to many incredible estates that cater to the rich, and this 1,140 sqm rustic lodge with 11 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms, is no exception.
Built in 1991, the home is nestled persfsctly into the private enclave and offers a perfect holiday spot for family and friends in the small town of Telluride.
Seinfeld purchased the main house in 2007, and the guesthouse a year later to use as a caretaker’s cottage.
“After the Seinfelds purchased the property, they did a remodel and re-imagined the whole place,” Mr Fandel said.
There is a vaulted great room that comes with a stone-surround fireplace, and even offers unbelievable mountain views from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
With an updated, state of the art kitchen and other features including a wood-panelled library, game room, gym and yoga room, and a four-car garage – it almost makes the multi-million dollar price tag sound reasonable.
Seinfeld, a New York native, dominated the TV line-up in the 1990s with his long-running sitcom Seinfeld, which ran from 1989 until 1998.