Jerry Seinfeld Finds a Buyer for His Breathtaking Retreat in Telluride
Just in time to cozy up by the stone fireplace or cross-country ski through its 26.8 acres this winter, someone is on track to buyer Jerry Seinfeld’s Colorado estate. The comedian and actor listed his family’s Telluride getaway in spring of 2021 for $14.95 million, and now with the same asking price on the listing currently, a sale is pending for an unknown amount. Though the details aren’t known at this point and a deal hasn’t closed, this could end up being a major profit-turner for the Seinfelds since records show they picked up the dreamy, rustic property for $7.55 million in 2007.
Originally built in 1991, the listing notes that the residence was “designed as an evolving series of Western ranch structures” by the architectural firm Lipkin-Warner. When the Seinfelds acquired it, they still made their mark, expanding and remodeling the private and picturesque property to their taste.
Today, it has 12,260 square feet of interiors, 11 bedrooms, 11 full baths, and two half baths. Large in its footprint and its design presence, the vaulted great room is perhaps the pièce de résistance. Looking out to snow-capped mountains and exuding comfort, it’s a prime spot to kick back and warm up after a day of hitting the slopes nearby.
The manse is being offered furnished, with some exclusions, so the buyer could end up with the spaces almost exactly as they appear. Even without the dressings, its stunning architectural details of wood and stone, which weave through the interiors and along the exterior, make it easy to feel at home here.
Bill Fandel of Compass holds the pending listing.