It's (Mission) Impossible to not fall in love with Tom Cruise's ranch in Telluride, Colo., which has been listed for $39.5 million with the help of Dan Dockray of LIV Sotheby's International Realty.
Whether someone is seeking out a place to ski or looking for a secluded oasis away from one's high-profile life, Telluride serves as the ideal destination to satisfy any needs imaginable — and Cruise's home is no exception. The 320-acre ranch is a private sliver of paradise that would please any discerning buyer's needs.
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Cruise'e abode sits behind a private gate and mile-long driveway that offers magnificent views of the mountains and valleys when driving up to the home. Apart from the 10,000-square-foot, four-bedroom main house, the actor's abode offers a cozy, three-bedroom guest house.
Fitting right in with the home's surroundings, the estate boasts rustic bleached-cedar timbers, native stone, beamed ceilings and large windows — allowing natural light to seep into the expansive living room.
The impressive grounds offer multiple spots to watch the sunrise and sunset.
Cruise's formal dining room could most likely fit the cast and crew from all the Mission: Impossible films.
To no one's surprise, the impressive eat-in kitchen offers a wooden island and fridge as well as wooden cabinetry.
The home is an entertainer's delight between the recreational room and outdoor amenities, including a sports court for tennis, basketball or ice hockey and a private trail system.
The upstairs sitting room is the perfect spot to cozy up with a hot chocolate and book at the end of the day.
The home, which is designed to take advantage of the views, is equally impressive in all the seasons.
If the new owner ever wants to get more in touch with Mother Nature, they can explore the Uncompahgre National Forest, which they have access to through a private gate. Additionally, there are hiking and riding trails, as well as dirt bike and snowmobile tracks, which thread throughout the 320 acres of land.