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WELCOME TO PARADISE
Set in Telluride, Colorado, Oprah Winfrey's 8,700-square-foot home was previously owned by a tech entrepreneur who spent five years building and designing the mansion, which includes five bedrooms, a theater, a mine tunnel-inspired wine cellar and two wood-burning fireplaces.
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THE LIVING ROOM
The floor-to-ceiling windows offer the media mogul a perfect view of Colorado's San Sophia Mountain Range and accompanying woods.
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We bet that spacious kitchen makes for some epic dinner parties! Wonder if this is where Oprah stashed her truffles and chai tea.
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THE GUEST ROOM
Decked with a wall of books (picks from Oprah's Book Club?) and five beds, this room is ideal for impromptu sleepovers.
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THE RELAXATION ROOM
Move over, Steadman! The seven-person hot tub allows visitors to get up close and personal with the location's surrounding woods.
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THE WINE MINE
Possibly the most memorable room of Oprah's new home is the wine mine, a wine cellar that holds up to 1,600 bottles and has "sounds effects like you're moving through a mine shaft and lights that are computerized to flicker like a lantern would in a mine," says real estate agent T.D. Smith. The room also has a faux mining car that connects the home to a nearby ski trail.
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