A member of TV royalty has reportedly purchased a Telluride, Colorado mansion.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Oprah Winfrey spent $14 million on the high-tech ski home.
Entrepreneur Bob Wall sold the house furnished. Zillow featured the 8,700-square-foot mansion last year, as it was when it went on sale.
Zillow writers said the house is equipped with a seven-person hot tub and a faux mining car that connects the house to a ski trail.
Relax after a day of skiing with a 56-foot-long “wine mine,” or a mining tunnel that holds 1,600 bottles. The walls are made of imitation stone and mounted by wooden beams. Travel through it in an antique cart and listen to the dripping water sound track.
The house is rife with technology. Features include a theater room, a system that allows plants to be watered remotely, a driveway heater to melt snow, a $70,000 limestone bathtub that maintains water temperatures and a glass walkway, connecting an office and the master bedroom, that includes color-changing, fiber optic lights.
All of that goes along with the five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, sauna and an observation deck 35 feet above ground, which is equipped with a fire pit.
The house was once featured on High Tech Homes.
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