Back in July of 2011, Jerry Seinfeld put his gorgeous Telluride home on the market for $18.3 million.
Now, nearly a year later, it's no longer listed for sale on Realtor.com, but a buyer was never made public and the home may not have ever sold. The only trace of it ever appearing on the real estate website appears on an old blog listing for the property that still remains up, but links out to a dead listing.
The 14,000 square-foot, 11 bedroom, 12.5 bath contemporary ranch-style estate rests comfortably on 26.84 wooded acres of some of Colorado's most beautiful land offering views of both Sunshine and Wilson Peak -- and it was one of the most talked about celebrity homes for sale in 2011.
When the property first went on the market, The Wall Street Journal reported that the home has a 5,5000-square-foot deck -- that's just the deck! There's enough square footage there that a couple of generously sized homes from the Denver suburb of Parker could fit on it.
And as an added bonus, Seinfeld was even selling it fully furnished.
Was $18.3 million to steep a price for this fantasy compound? Or did the property exchange hands in private? We can't be sure, but if you had an extra $18 million lying around, a look at the photos below sure make it seem like there wouldn't be a lot of better places to spend it.
LOOK: Seinfeld's beautiful Telluride home.
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