The home of the late rock 'n' roll legend
Set on 243 acres on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains, the 15,873-square-foot mansion was built to the couple's specifications and had been their home since 1994.
A 33-foot-tall turret, a sweeping staircase and a custom inlaid marble floor medallion make a grand first impression in the foyer of the English Tudor-style manor house.
The large living room or drawing room with a fireplace and cathedral windows was built for entertaining. The formal dining room can seat 18 and is adorned with gold-leafed crown molding, crystal chandeliers, leaded glass accents and a fireplace crowned in black stone and gold leaf.
The library features custom cherry paneling and bookcases. The billiard room contains a wet bar.
The main floor rooms open to a terrace overlooking the lawn, pond and gardens.
The 1,500-square-foot master suite has dual bathrooms, his and her closets, a coffee bar, a stone fireplace, a seating area and a balcony for a total of eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
There are 80 irrigated acres for pastures, as well as forests of aspen, scrub oak and evergreen trees. An acre-sized swimming hole is outfitted with a pier and paddle boat.
The seven-stall barn is equipped with turnouts, a silo and a large outdoor arena. Two greenhouses and a vegetable garden complete the grounds.
The Grammy-winning Cocker, who died in December at 70, gained fame in the early days of rock 'n' roll interpreting the Beatles hit “With a Little Help From My Friends” in his distinctively gravelly voice and performing it at the
The British blues-rock-R&B vocalist also performed scores of television show soundtracks. He released about 30 albums during his lifetime.
Mandy Nadler at Coldwell Banker Devonshire is the listing agent.