NASCAR sensation Jeff Gordon just cut $2 million off the price of his Colorado ranch. Situated near Aspen in Missouri Heights, the 1,930-acre property is now on the market for $10.5 million.
The ranch’s water rights distinguish it in rural Colorado real estate. The water comes from spring-fed creek and a 30-percent share in a consolidated reservoir.
“Although it is some of the most spectacular land and views I have ever experienced, my schedule with racing and my kids just does not allow us to enjoy the property,” Gordon said in a statement. In earlier phases, Gordon enjoyed snowmobiling at the estate with his friends. The racer—who plans to retire after the 2015 NASCAR season—bought the ranch for $9 million in 2006. In 2013, the famed driver sold a Central Park West apartment for $25 million.
The Gordon family now resides in a massive house in Charlotte, North Carolina, where NASCAR’s secondary headquarters are located.
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