Jerry Seinfeld wants to sell his Telluride, Colorado, home — and this time he’s not joking.
The comedian and his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, listed the house for a second time and are now asking $14.95 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. They previously tried to sell the property for $18.3 million in 2011.
The estate’s main house, spanning 12,300 square feet, was designed in Modern Farmhouse style and features a vaulted great room with mountain views. It has 11 bedrooms and sits on 27 acres, with a creek and private trail system.
A four-bedroom guest house is located on a 17-acre lot that’s listed for $2.775 million.
Listing agent Bill Fandel of Compass said the Seinfelds decided to list, in part, because the market has picked up considerably this year. “Recognizing the strong demand for properties, they felt this was a good time,” he said.
The Seinfelds paid $7.55 million for the main house in 1991, and added the guest house for $2.3 million. They also have homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons.
[WSJ] — E.B. Solomont