Exclusive Look Inside Jerry Seinfeld’s Astounding Former Colorado Mansion
Jerry Seinfeld said goodbye to his long time Telluride, Colorado mansion, but don't worry, he'll be wiping those sentimental tears away with lots of money.
According to a report from Mansion Global, Jerry Seinfeld recently sold his Telluride, Colorado mansion for $14 million after 267 days on the market.
Jerry Seinfeld's Telluride, Colorado Mansion
Seinfeld and his wife originally purchased the 27-acre-mansion back in 2007 for $7.55 million according to Realtor.
Listing agent Bill Fandel of Compass told Mansion Global that:
"after the Seinfelds purchased the property, they did a remodel and re-imagined the whole place."
The home was initially built in 1991 and boasts 4 stories with 11 bedrooms. Talk about spacious am I right?
Why Did Jerry Seinfeld Sell His Colorado Mansion?
This isn't actually the first time that the Seinfelds have listed their Telluride, Colorado home. Back in 2011 was when the property was initially listed, but it was quickly removed.
The Seinfeld's listing agent implied that the family is avid-skiers and would previously vacation at the mansion with their three children. However, since the children are now grown, the Seinfelds decided that it was the perfect time to sell.
"Recognizing the strong demand for properties, they felt this was a good time," Fandel stated to Global Mansion.
What Does Jerry Seinfeld's Former Colorado Mansion Look Like?
There's plenty to love and gawk over when it comes to the Telluride mansion. The home includes a yoga studio, plus a gym and a 4 car garage. In addition, there is a four-bedroom guesthouse located on a 17-acre parcel.