After 15 years of owning a Telluride, Colorado mansion, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld have sold the property for $14 million, according to Mansion Global. The couple extensively remodeled the 11 bedroom, 11 full bath, and 3 half bath bathroom dwelling during their time there.
Situated between Rocky Mountain peaks, the 27 acre property is located just 15 minutes from Telluride Ski Resort, making it ideal for avid skiers. Each room boasts stunning views of the mountains and surrounding wildlife, though the double height Great Room’s prime placement and floor to ceiling windows is most impressive. The ranch-inspired interiors feature an abundance of wood, of various different types and stains, with wood paneling on walls and ceilings in the Great Room, library, and at least one of the bathrooms, plus wood trim throughout. The primary bedroom, with far fewer wood accents than the other spaces, is gorgeously airy, with an excess of floor to ceiling windows and light blue walls. A quaint yet spacious kitchen with numerous distinct dining areas is perfect for big post-slopes gatherings.
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Not much is offered in the way of outdoor amenities—at least when compared to the couple’s extravagant Hamptons yard that features a full baseball diamond—though a well-maintained trail system winds around the property, through aspen and spruce trees and across a creek. Though it’s unknown if it was sold furnished, the Seinfelds did offer the furniture in the listing should it be of interest to the buyer.