Jerry Seinfeld Lists Sprawling Colorado Property for $15 Million
The 26-acre Telluride estate features a rustic-chic main house resembling a series of connected Western ranch structures
The rustic-chic Colorado retreat belonging to famed comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his family has hit the market for $15 million.
Set on 26 alpine acres in the ski mecca of Telluride, the 11-bedroom estate dates to 1991 and was designed as a series of ranch-style structures by Aspen-based firm Lipkin Warner. Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica, purchased the 12,300-square-foot residence in 2007 and a year later acquired an adjacent 17-acre property for use as staff housing. (The four-bedroom abode is available for an additional $2.775 million.) Per the listing, the couple has updated the main dwelling continuously over the past decade.
Just ten minutes from the area’s famed Telluride Ski Resort, the main residence features all the hallmarks of a classic chalet, among them wood-sheathed interiors, a massive stone fireplace, and sweeping vistas of the surrounding Wilson Mountain Range. Notably, the manicured grounds feature a creek and a private trail system amid swaths of soaring aspen and spruce trees, and other amenities include a state-of-the-art gym, a yoga studio, and a four-car garage.
The Seinfelds first listed the property in 2011 for $18.3 million but took it off the market soon after. Compass agent Bill Fandel, who has the listing, told the Wall Street Journal that the couple was parting with the home now due to the recent real-estate boom in traditional ski spots: “Recognizing the strong demand for properties, they felt this was a good time.”
225 Raspberry Patch Road is listed for $15 million with Compass. See more photos below.