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High-Country Celebrity Homes



We’ve shared handfuls of celebrity mountain homes here on Mountain Living—from football legend Peyton Manning’s home in Denver, Colorado, to pro skier Lexi Dupont's super-cool geodesic dome nestled between the Idaho National Forest and the Warm Springs River.

Take a look at the celebrity retreats we’ve covered throughout the years and decide for yourself which high-country home is your leading lady. 


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TOM CRUISE'S $59 MILLION TELLURIDE HOME

Just a 12-minute drive from the historic resort town of Telluride, The Mission Impossible star's $59 million expansive mountain hideaway spans 298 acres include scenic rolling hills, an incredible system of forest trails, horse riding stableseven a private helipad.  See the whole home: Tom Cruise's $59 Million Telluride Home

 


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OPRAH WINFREY'S SLOPESIDE STAY WHILE SHE BUILDS ANOTHER TELLURIDE DREAM HOME

A hop and a skip from Tom Cruise's place is Oprah Winfrey's new home, where she'll live while her permanent-residence-to-be is built on 60 acres of land nearby (which she purchased for $11 million). What do you think sealed the deal on the multi-billionaire’s new digs: a treetop fire pit, a $240,000 ride to the slopes, or the African art collection? See the whole home: Oprah Winfrey's New Home in Telluride, Colorado

 


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LEXI DUPONT'S IDAHO TINY HOME IS THE EXCEPTION TO THE RULE

Tiny houses are not what you think of when you hear "celebrity home," but when professional big-mountain freeskier Lexi Dupont is not traveling the world, she chooses to live simply in her 500-square-foot geodesic dome in Idaho. The cozy ski-shack sits next to the Warm Springs River at the base of the ski hill, surrounded by old-growth pines and sounds of the Warm Springs River. See the whole home here: A Professional Skier's Idaho Tiny Home

 

JOHN DENVER'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME

The man who penned the lyrics, “Hey, it’s good to be back home again,” clearly knew about laid-back mountain comfort. The legendary high-country troubadour’s Aspen, Colorado, compound is comprised of a six-bedroom contemporary main house and a five-bedroom guesthouse (once used as a recording studio) linked by a scenic walking path along the waters of Red Mountain Ditch.

See the whole home here: John Denver's Rocky Mountain Home 

 


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BILL KOCH'S $100 MILLION ASPEN ESTATE

​​Billionaire Bill Koch's $100 million Aspen compound is a sight for sore eyes. The property spans 82.6 acres and includes 28 bedrooms (is that all?), a log-and-stone main lodge, as well as many single-family homes and historic cabins that comprise the total 43,229 square feet. See the whole home: Take a Look at Bill Koch's $100 Million Aspen CompoundSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave

 

PEYTON MANNING'S DENVER HOME

Back in 2012, then-Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning made himself at home in Denver.​ The 16,464-square-foot, seven-bedroom, 10-bath, two-story Georgian estate is situated on 3.37 landscaped acres in ritzy Cherry Hills Village. See the whole home: A Look Inside Peyton Manning's Denver HouseSaveSave

 


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THIS HOUSE DOESN'T BELONG TO A CELEBRITY... IT IS A CELEBRITY

Dust off your VHS copy of the 1992 movie "The Bodyguard" and fast-forward to the scene in which Kevin Costner dives off a snowy pier to save a young boy from that about-to-explode boat. That pier belongs to Tallac House, this rustic lodge-style retreat on the shore of Fallen Leaf Lake, just a mile or so from Lake Tahoe. See the whole home: Interested in the Lake Tahoe House Where "The Bodyguard" Was Filmed?SaveSave

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