The recently listed $24.5 Million Colorado Ranch on 101 Buckskin Lane comes with not only a large estate and luxurious amenities, but the location also has a past with a certain Hollywood legend and professional poker player.
The 1,418 acre property was originally designed by architect Rob Wellington Quigley for American film director, producer, and writer, Oliver Stone; best known for writing Scarface. The home was later sold to its current owner, Lyle Berman, who made headlines as a professional poker player winning not one, but three World Series of Poker.
Now, newly renovated and ready for its next high-profile homeowner, the Colorado ranch is a gorgeous escape to the Colorado mountains and western scenery. Since being renovated with multiple add ons by Berman, the estate has since expanded with upgrades to the main kitchen, adding a spa facility, expanding the media room, and adding a large stone deck with a fire pit. From vast, treelike views to an equestrian facility, it has everything one might need while living in the golden plains of Colorado.
101 Buckskin Lane hosts 8 bedrooms including two master suites, 10 bathrooms, a private office wing, media room, 2 galleries running the length of the house, formal dining room seating 16, spa with sauna, steam bath and more. The main residence also includes an office wing, media room, wet bar, and various outdoor seating areas to enjoy the natural surroundings.
The 15,000 square feet luxury interior has enough rustic and homey elements to make you feel comfortable and at ease. The living room features a large stone fireplace, wood beams, antler chandeliers, and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows for views of the surrounding Colorado scenery.
The estate comes with a 32,000-square-foot equestrian facility made with 22 horse stalls, separate apartment, a ranch manager’s cabin, two guest houses, original homestead building, and a stunning, secluded cabin atop a mountain on the property. In true ranch fashion, the estate also incorporates animal grazing pastures, private trails for hiking and snowmobiling, a three-acre fishing pond, and a sporting clays course.
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