EVERGREEN, Colo. — Retired race-car driver Richard Berry has once again listed his custom-designed "Colorado Playboy Mansion" in Evergreen for sale.
Previously listed for $19.999 million in December 2019, the home returned to the market on Nov. 21 with an asking price of $24.799 million.
Set on 74.5 acres, Thunder Ridge offers a sprawling home with its own car museum set on a hilltop lot above Denver.
Berry, 56 — an investor, supercar aficionado and enthusiast — purchased the land for his dream home at 24503 Chris Drive in 1998 for $895,000 and hired Boulder-based KGA Studio Architects to help design it.
The home cost approximately $30 million to build, or nearly $55 million today when adjusted for inflation. Following nearly five years of work by Denver-based Sprung Construction, the home was completed in 2004.
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