Check Out Oprah’s $14 Million Colorado Home With 56 Ft. Wine Mine [Photos]

Rucuss staffDecember 19, 2015

Oprah Winfrey has added more real estate to her long list of properties.

Winfrey bought a fully furnished, contemporary home in slope-side Mountain Village set in Telluride, Colorado, according to the Wallstreet Journal.

Winfrey’s 8,700-square-foot home was previously owned by a tech entrepreneur who spent five years building and designing the mansion. The property, which sits on 3.23 acres, includes five bedrooms, 6.5 baths, a theater, a 56-foot mine tunnel-inspired wine cellar and two wood-burning fireplaces.

Check out a few photos of the home below.

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 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.

Talk about a sanctuary! The bedrooms serve as an ethereal complement to the home's contemporary design.

The mansion, located on the slope side of Mountain Village, houses 6.5 baths, including a sauna that increases its temperature setting and cycle duration.

Can't you just picture Oprah and Gayle enjoying a girls night with a game of pool and margaritas at the mini bar?

Decked with a wall of books (picks from Oprah's Book Club?) and five beds, this room is ideal for impromptu sleepovers.

Have you seen a more breathtaking view? The dining space includes a balcony that looks out onto Telluride's ski slopes.

Move over, Steadman! The seven-person hot tub allows visitors to get up close and personal with the location's surrounding woods.

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.

In 2014, Winfrey purchased about 60 acres of land in Mountain Village with plans to build a home there. This house will serve as a place for her to stay while supervising construction of the new home.

Photos via Zillow, MSN and People

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