The Addams Family Filmmaker’s Raspberry Patch Estate is up for sale!

Ever thought about waking up in the morning to the most beautiful view amidst nature? Well, this Raspberry Patch Estate, owned by Susan and the American filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld is just that! Known for movies like The Addams Family and the Men in Black saga, the estate worth $13.25 million, promises a breathtaking view of Colorado’s mountain.

Way before exploring the world of direction with films like Get Shorty, The Addam Family,and the Men in Black trilogy, in the 1980s, Barry gave some of the most successful films of the times with his commendable work as a cinematographer including Raising Arizona, Throw Momma from the Train, and When Harry Met Sally. Barry and family have recently put their gorgeous home, Raspberry Patch Estate, up for sale on the market

Spread across 10,900-square-foot area this hot property near Telluride lies privately on a knoll in the middle of 62 private acres with unobstructed mountain views. The Sonnenfeld’s house features a ski lodge feel with stone, wood, ceiling beams and sweeps of glass framing the views. The main house has seven bedrooms and nine baths, one living area along with a stone fireplace and the 360-degree views. The kitchen, with its large double islands and open to the family room, is geared for cooking for large groups of family and friends while they are having a good time together. The luminous chandeliers in the kitchen, as well as the living area, make it brighter and the gorgeous view through the windows make it even better letting that positive air surround you. The house also contains a home theatre, a necessity for a Hollywood filmmaker, where you can always crash after a wonderful time with friends, family and loved ones. Besides the main house, the property has a caretaker’s two-bedroom home, a luge course and a greenhouse attached.

If you’re someone who can make the best out of your house with all the luxurious amenities, then this property is the perfect fit for you! Named after the existing plants on the estate, Barry and Susan Sonnenfeld’s Raspberry Patch Estate is now on the market for $13.25 million. The listing agent is Patrick Pelisson of Telluride Properties.

             – Srivalli with inputs from