‘Men in Black’ Director Barry Sonnenfeld Seeks $13.3M for Picturesque Colorado Retreat

‘Men in Black’ Director Barry Sonnenfeld Seeks $13.3M for Picturesque Colorado Retreat

Published: May 28, 2020 | By: American Luxury Staff

Barry Sonnenfeld—Addams Family, Men in Black franchise director, and photographer of several Coen brothers classics—wants to sell you his Telluride retreat, according to the Los Angeles Times. If you happen to have low eight figures shaking loose in your pants pocket and enjoy breathtaking scenery, you may want to have a look.

Sonnenfeld moved to Telluride for its warm weather pleasures, but the area is of course dominated by ski culture. The estate extends to over sixty acres.

The main house measures in just shy of 11,000 square feet, and contains seven bedrooms and nine baths; interiors feature chalet-style architecture that includes some spectacular exposed trussing in the great room. Accent materials include stacked stone.

The property’s amenities include a caretaker’s cottage, a screening room, and a green house. A luge course, auxiliary outbuildings, and hilltop views of the area are also part and parcel of the property.

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