The golf legend Greg Norman has relisted his massive Colorado ranch with an equally massive $10 million price reduction.
Now available for $40 million, the 11,900-acre property, Seven Lakes Ranch, has been on the market since at least 2016, when it was listed for $55 million. Last year, that was trimmed just a bit—down to $50 million.
After this month’s cut, the ranch is even more enticing. For a deep-pocketed buyer in search of a large parcel of land, the most recent price slice represents a 27% reduction from the 2016 asking price.
The prodigious parcel is nestled in Colorado’s White River Valley in the Flat Tops mountain region. The main house on the property has eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and measures in at 13,907 square feet. Constructed from logs, the home offers oodles of rustic appeal.
Listing details describe the property as “one of the finest trophy big game hunting and fishing ranches in Colorado.”
Outdoor recreation options abound, and the pristine surroundings will appeal to anyone who wants to be surrounded by natural beauty.
For anglers, the property straddles nearly 2 miles of the White River, which is known for its trout. Secluded and private, public wilderness borders the land on each side of the valley.
For a host who loves to entertain, there are a number of detached cabins near the main lodge to house friends and family.
The ranch also comes with ample space for staff housing, a historic dance hall, equestrian facilities, a home theater, and a fitness center with a spa.
Located about 20 minutes from the town of Meeker in the western part of the Boulder State, the ranch is remote. It’s roughly a three-hour drive from the slopes of both Vail and Aspen.
Norman, 65, is a native of Australia who took the PGA by storm in the 1980s and ’90s. He won 20 PGA events and notched two British Open wins in 1986 and 1993. He now heads up Great White Shark Enterprises and has designed over 100 golf courses around the world.
Brian Smith with Hall and Hall Partners holds the listing.