EVERGREEN, Colo. — Retired race-car driver Richard Berry is selling his custom-designed "Colorado Playboy Mansion" set on 79 acres in Evergreen.

For the asking price of $19.999 million, Thunder Ridge offers a sprawling home with top-of-the-line design and its very own car museum set on a peaceful hilltop lot above Denver.

Investor, super-car aficionado and enthusiast Berry, 56, 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. Thunder Ridge was built to impress with an investment of approximately $30 million, or $47 million today when adjusted for inflation.

"[The architect] camped up there for four days to get the feng shui of the house just right," Berry told Denver Business Journal.

Liv Sotheby's International Realty  Thunder Ridge  mansion
Liv Sotheby's International Realty

Following nearly five years of construction by Denver-based Sprung Construction, the home was completed in 2004. The 22,864-square-foot residence boasts seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms across a footprint of 1.25 acres and features a 50,000 gallon indoor-outdoor pool, a master suite that occupies the entire second floor of the home and a world-class movie theater — Berry's favorite part of the home.

Read more and see more photos at the Denver Business Journal

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