Businessman Cal Turner Jr. put this Colorado estate up for sale this winter. The Dollar General scion—and the company’s former CEO and Chairman—has priced the escapist property at $12.9 million.
The palatial property measures in at 35 acres, and features 45,212 sq. ft. of interior living space; the estate’s guest accommodations—a series of apartments–are located in the mansion. The secluded spot was originally designed as a company or family retreat, according to the listing.
As all residences are integrated within one building, the structure is really more of a complex than a house. Inside the massive build is a dedicated entertainment wing with a heated pool, an arcade, a gym with locker rooms, a nightclub with a stage and a dance floor, a lounge with a grand piano and wet bar, and a bowling alley.
For warmer weather, there is a series of outdoor entertainment and recreation amenities in the immediate vicinity: a fishing pond, gardens, and equestrian facilities. The property also includes a large caretaker’s residence, with living spaces than span nearly 4,000 sq. ft., two bedrooms, and three baths.
The compound is being sold with almost all its furnishings. An additional 35-acre parcel is being offered for buyers interested in expanding their buffer zone or creating an outdoor recreation business.
Turner Jr.’s net worth is north of $1 billion.