You can buy Jerry Seinfeld’s Telluride ski ranch for $19.4million

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The celebrity real estate market in Telluride is heating up, first with Tom Cruise putting his long time ranch on the market and now Jerry Seinfeld listing his private Raspberry Patch residence.

If you’ve got a spare USD$14.9 million (AUD$19.4 million) then you can call this 26 acre residence your home.

What do you get for your moolah? An Aspen architects Lipkin Warner designed ranch style dwelling with spectacular views set in aspen and spruce forests.  Add a vaulted Great Room with floor to ceiling windows, manicured grounds and a private trail system to your very own creek.

The homestead boasts 11 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms with three extra half bathrooms and there’s a separate four bedroom guest house that you could also snap up for an extra US$2.7million.

The property comes as is, fully furnished (subject to exclusions) and viewing is naturally by appointment only.

Last sold in 2007 when the Seinfelds snapped it up for a cool USD$7.55million, the property was put on the market in 2011 for US$18.3million before they took it off the market and refurbished.

Add a game room, gym/yoga room and a four car garage.

The counter space boasts quite the coffee maker, and the space adjoins both a casual eating area by the windows, as well as a dinner table.

For cozy winter days, while away the time with a book in the wood-paneled library with built-ins lined with tomes. Or head to the game room, gym, or yoga room for indoor distraction. The property also includes a four-car garage.

Interested? The team at Compass Telluride have the listing. 

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