Step Inside Oprah's $14 Million Telluride Mansion – Equipped with a 1,600 Bottle 'Wine Mine'
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.
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.
We bet that spacious kitchen makes for some epic dinner parties! Wonder if this is where Oprah stashed her truffles and chai tea.
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.
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.
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.