Jerry Seinfeld Lists Extravagant Colorado Getaway for Almost $15M

Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, just listed their stunning Telluride, Colorado home. According to Mansion Global, they last listed the home for $18.3 million in 2011 before deciding to hold onto it and removing it from the market months later. Now, a decade later, the Seinfelds are seeking $14.95 million. Perched on the secluded Raspberry Patch Road, their farmhouse-like manor is ravishing.

Designed by the renowned Aspen-based architectural firm Lipkin-Warner, the unique manse has seen drastic changes within the past decade. After they snagged it for $7.55 million in 2007, as records show, The Seinfelds remodeled and expanded the home.

Throughout, soaring windows unveil brilliant views of the Colorado landscape. In the lodge-like great room, wondrous floor-to-ceiling windows reveal the Wilson Range Mountains in the distance. In total, the 12,260-square-foot home comprises 11 bedrooms and 11 full and two half bathrooms. And with 26 acres of beauty and privacy to enjoy, it’s no wonder the couple decided to hang onto this spectacular estate for quite a while.

For those who love to wander, the Colorado getaway is home to a well-maintained trail system that winds its way through the towering aspen and spruce trees down to a flowing creek. When describing the extravagant abode, there is no “yada yada” about it. But for buyers who want something even more lavish and spacious than this Seinfeld spread, Tom Cruise is also selling a 320-acre estate nearby.

Listed with Bill Fandel of Compass, Jerry Seinfeld’s Colorado home is no joke. Mansion Global reports that they are also offering a smaller parcel with a four-bedroom guest house for $2.775 million.