Tom Cruise, iconic American actor of “Mission: Impossible” and “Top Gun” fame, among many others, has recently sold his luxurious ranch in Telluride, Colorado for $39.5 million.
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In 2014, Cruise first listed his extravagant Telluride estate on the market for a whopping $59 million. When the steep asking price failed to attract buyers, the home was taken off the market. Seven years later, Cruise successfully relisted and sold the property at $39.5 million in only two months. Throughout the years, the Colorado ranch has served as a distinguishable location in Cruise’s career as the backdrop for his Vanity Fair profile in 2006 and his Oprah interview in 2008. Reportedly, Cruise is no longer in use of this property as his primary residence which is the presumed reason for his listing. Lead agent, Eric Lavey, and co-listing agent, Dan Dockray, of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented this property.
Built in 1994, this 10,000-square-foot estate spans 320 acres of picturesque land. As the listing describes, this property is fit for a movie star as the epitome of “luxury meets legend” with its seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The luxurious ranch is surrounded by scenic mountain views while being “custom-built for privacy.” Beyond the gated entry, the home's interior is equipped with a top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen, fitness center, recreation room, office suite, fireplaces, terraces, and outdoor space. The property also features a spectacular three-bedroom guest lodge. Decorative elements include bleached cedar timbers and native stone. While the lavish Colorado home is immersed in nature and forested trails, it is also a short distance to Telluride known for world-class skiing and golf.
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