Billionaire Henry Kravis’ 19K sf ranch is on the market

The Colorado property has a four-hole golf course and a helipad

New York Weekend Edition /
Jan.January 12, 2019 04:00 PM

Henry Kravis (Credit: Getty Images, Hall and Hall)

Want to ride horses, hunt big game, play golf, and fly in a helicopter, all in the same day? Then this $46 million luxury ranch in Colorado is for you.

The seller, Henry Kravis, co-founder of investment company KKR, has an estimated personal net worth of approximately $5.4 billion, according to Forbes. He bought the property for $5.5 million in 1991, according the Wall Street Journal.

The ranch, known as “Westlands,” spans about 4,600 acres and is located an hour’s drive from the popular Colorado ski resorts of Aspen and Vail. The interior of the large property has rafters, fireplaces, and mantles imported from European castles.

The property also has a private fishery on the North Fork of the White River, a private golf course, tennis courts and separate accommodation for guests and staff, according to the listing with Hall and Hall. [WSJ] – Decca Muldowney


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