Jerry Seinfeld sells his gorgeous Telluride vacation home for $ 15 million

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Here’s a way to master your domain: Look up the address of comedian Jerry Seinfeld in Telluride, CO. The funny man and his wife, cookbook author Jessica Seinfeld, are asking $ 14,950,000 for the 27-acre retreat. A separate four-bedroom guesthouse adjoining the property is also available for $ 2.77 million, Mansion Global reports. The couple bought the ski getaway in 2007 for $ 7.55 million. So if the property sells close to asking, yada yada yada, the comedian is willing to double his money.

The extensive property has been for sale before. The owners tested the real estate waters in 2011, priced at $ 18.3 million, but they changed course and took it off the market within a few months, according to Architectural Digest.

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The 12,260-square-foot rustic lodge includes 11 bedrooms, 11 full baths, and three half baths. You can even enjoy the taste of the star – much of the furniture in the home comes with the sale, per the listing details. Built in 1991 and nestled on park-like acres within a private enclave, the cozy residence offers a perfect vacation spot for family and friends. Designed by Aspen-based architecture studio Lipkin-Warner, the buildings are a grouping of western ranch structures and have been reinvented and expanded over the past decade. A vaulted great room comes with a stone surround fireplace and offers spectacular mountain views from floor-to-ceiling windows. The updated kitchen includes wood countertops, a wood-topped island with seating, a subway tile backsplash, and a farmhouse sink. The large number of cabinets offers plenty of room for all your cereal boxes. The counter space features a large coffee maker, and the space adjoins a casual dining area by the windows, as well as a table for dining. For nice winter days, hang out with a book in the wood-paneled library with book-filled fixtures. Or head to the game room, gym, or yoga room to unwind indoors. The property also includes a four car garage. Outdoors, the location, which is close to the Telluride Ski Resort, offers outdoor spaces and manicured grounds that lead to a well-maintained trail system and creek. Seinfeld isn’t the only celebrity selling in the area. “Mission Impossible” star Tom Cruise also placed his massive 320-acre ranch in Telluride with a 10,000-square-foot custom home on the market for $ 39.5 million. Listed in early March, that property appears to have already found a buyer. The 66-year-old New Yorker dominated television programming in the 1990s with his long-running sitcom “Seinfeld,” which ran from 1989 to 1998. He later stood up again and can be seen on Netflix specials. and HBO. . He also created a series of interviews about his obsessions, cars and coffee, titled “Comedians in cars drinking coffee.” Bill Fandel with Compass-Telluride has the list. This story originally appeared on realtor.com