This post was originally written by Melissa Allison for Zillow.
Oprah Winfrey loves hanging out with her oak trees, and now she can commune among the evergreens at her new high-tech mansion in the box-canyon ski town of Telluride. The media mogul paid $14 million for a furnished mansion that belonged to businessman and African art collector Bob Wall, the Los Angeles Times reports. This 8700-square-foot home has everything for the well-heeled ski enthusiast: a mud room, a seven-person hot tub, and a faux mining car that connects the mansion with a nearby ski trail. For winding down after a long day on the slopes, there’s a 56-foot-long “wine mine” traversed by an antique steel ore cart. It rides on old mine rails in a chilled, humidified room that has “sound effects like you’re moving through a mine shaft and lights that are computerized to flicker like a lantern would in a mine,” said listing agent T.D. Smith with Telluride Real Estate Corp., an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. The tunnel holds 1600 bottles of wine. Scroll down to see more of Oprah's stunning mansion.
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