The Colorado estate purchased by Tom Cruise back in 1994 has hit the market for an eye-watering US$39.5 million (AU$51.1 million) – a price that pales in comparison to the US$59 million (AU$76.2 million) figure attached when it was shopped around seven years ago. But as it sits on 320 acres of unspoiled landscape, right at the base of the iconic snowcapped Telluride mountains, this custom-built residency admittedly delivers on the prestige factor beyond the dollars and A-lister affiliation alone.
At the end of a gated mile-long driveway, you’ll find a 10,000-square foot main house which represents the “realisation” of years dedicated to “planning and vision.” Positively oozing with warm rustic charm owed to immaculate wood panelling, cabinetry, bleached cedar timber ceiling, as well as stonework and classic fireplace, the only thing more Hollywood than the current proprietor is the sheer scale of ambition brought into material reality.
The God’s honest truth is, whether you’re planning a trip with the lads saturated in masculine debauchery, or a perfectly wholesome getaway with the family in tow, given how the main house + guest lodge totals 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, terrace/outdoor space, dedicated recreational area, and fitness centre, this is one property versatile enough to accommodate for just about anything you can imagine throwing at it.
And the best part? While there’s a good amount of seclusion to be enjoyed here, Telluride’s airport, world-class ski resort, and golf course are conveniently just minutes away.
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