The saying is normally to go big or go home, but a new owner can certainly go big at home when purchasing Greg Norman’s sporting ranch. World-renowned golfer, golf course architect, golf clothing designer, and residential community designer, Greg Norman has owned this ranch for 20 years.
The property and home are absolutely gorgeous with a rustic charm. Greg Norman’s ranch has been on and off the market, originally listed for $55 million. It now is ready for a new owner for $40 million. Seven Lakes Ranch is located outside of Aspen, Colorado, and has a rustic 13,907 square foot log mansion on the 11,900-acre property.
This place is a sportsman’s paradise. It is ready for fishing, making use of the long-distance shooting range, hunting, horseback riding, biking, hiking, snowmobiling, ice skating, and much more. The property was named Seven Lakes Ranch because of the ample amount of water on the property.
There are natural lakes and ponds and the White River runs through the land, which is situated in the White River Valley of the Flat Tops Mountains. A small boat dock is ready for use to take advantage of countless hours fishing or simply relaxing on the water. Outdoor seating areas are perfect for enjoying crisp evenings by the fire pit enjoying the gorgeous view.
There are many buildings on the property, with the showpiece being the log mansion. The home includes a huge living room with massive wall to ceiling windows with stone and timber accents, as well as two antler chandeliers. There is also a home theater with a bar. Residents and visitors can sit on barstools with saddles on them while enjoying a movie.
Meals can be served in the formal dining room and the owner can host a huge party in the banquet hall with ample space and seating. A bar area with cozy seating and a fireplace is also on the premises. The main home includes eight guests’ suites. A group of cabins, a stable, and other buildings for staff and ranch management adorn the property.
Greg Norman is a World Golf Hall of Famer. He spent many years golfing in tournaments but has turned his attention to entrepreneurial ventures as time has passed. He has a net worth of about $400 million and used his golf earnings to launch numerous business enterprises. Now age 65, Norman was born and raised in Australia.
He won 89 professional golf tournaments and had 30 other top 10 finishes. He earned the nickname “Great White Shark” after the 1981 Masters and used this name for his first company. Norman has loved this property and is now ready to allow someone else to experience its majesty.
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