’s Top 5 Picks of the Week: Featuring Jenny Craig’s $39.5 Million Del Mar Mansion

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Mammoth Lakes offers fresh real estate news for luxury and celebrity listings across the United States. Here’s a taste of this week’s Top Ten list:

John Denver’s Rocky Mountain Home 

John Denver’s Aspen house—which overlooks the gorgeous Rocky Mountain views that inspired many of his tunes—is now on the market for $10.75 million.

John Denver

Comprised of 11 bedrooms and 11 baths, the 6,000-square-foot estate sits atop 7.6 acres, and comes with a guesthouse—Denver’s former music studio—separated from the main house by a small mountain stream. Though the home’s present owners have added a hot tub off the kitchen and expanded the lawn area, they have maintained most of Denver’s personal additions, including the custom woodwork and curved walls of stained glass in the master suite. The residence also features four indoor fireplaces, an outdoor fireplace/BBQ station, and a pool and decks offering beautiful mountain and valley views.

Jenny Craig’s Del Mar Mansion 

Jenny Craig’s 8,000-square-foot mansion is situated on nearly three-quarters of an acre overlooking the Pacific, along 80 feet of gorgeous white sand beach.

Jenny Craig

Built in 1980, the five-bedroom, seven-bath home was designed as a two-story square around a large open courtyard that houses a swimming pool terrace. There is also a media room and two kitchens, plus separate staff and guest quarters and a four-car garage (though the gated estate also has ample room for 20 more guest autos). Ideal for large scale entertaining, the oceanfront residence is now up for grabs for $39.5 million.

Mammoth Lakes Victory Lodge

Quite possibly the largest log “cabin” in the world, this 16,500-square-foot lodge—comprised of nine bedrooms and 10 baths—is likely also the only one that boasts its own casino. Sitting on 3.22 acres, the estate—currently priced at $15 million—overlooks June Lake, in Mammoth, California, a site renowned for its skiing and fishing.

Mammoth Lakes

The property’s chief structure includes spacious living/entertaining areas with high vaulted ceilings, and a giant great room with a 30-foot ceiling, plus a formal 18-seater dining space. Among its other features are a chef’s kitchen; 11 fireplaces; a gentleman’s private bar and game room; a state-of-the-art gym with sauna; a steam room; an outdoor sports court; a theater/media room; separate caretaker’s quarters; and an eight-car covered parking spot… not to mention the detached grand casino. A number of unique furnishings and antique pieces—including “the world’s largest elk antler chandelier”—will also be part of the package.

Colorado’s Wolf Springs Ranch 

A sportsman’s dream estate, this 55,486-acre swath—located on the southern end of the Wet Mountain Valley, along the eastern slope of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in south-central Colorado—currently runs as a bison-cattle-horse ranch.

Wolf Springs Ranch

The estate includes the owner’s 4,116-square-foot home, which has six bedrooms and baths, plus three other family houses near Muddy Creek, all in excess of 2,000 square feet. The ranch also has a manager’s home, a guesthouse, and three apartments, plus several ranch-hand, equipment, and livestock buildings. The property’s support facilities include a vet center, machinery and hay storage, offices, and a conference room.

Listed for the first time ever, the ranch is now asking $56.7 million.

Tommy Hilfiger’s Plaza Penthouse

Fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, purchased two units at the Plaza for $25 million back in 2008, then proceeded to invest $17 million into connecting and revamping the duo.

Tommy Hilfiger

Today, the opulent residence—topped by the Plaza’s iconic dome—totals 6,000 square feet, and is comprised of four bedrooms and five baths. Offering sensational views of Central Park and Fifth Avenue, the apartment’s elegant decor—which includes Hilfiger’s collection of Andy Warhol portraits and an eclectic mix of antique furniture pieces (some of which were once owned by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor)—was meant to represent the famed hotel’s grand history. According to Hilfiger, most of the home’s furnishings could be purchased with the property under proper terms.

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