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Retired race car driver lists Evergreen mansion for $25M

After pulling it from the market during the pandemic, retired race car driver Richard Berry listed his custom-designed Evergreen mansion for $24.8 million this week. After Berry bought 24503 Chris Drive in 1998 for $895,000, he built a 10,000-square-foot shop for his cars. Then he spent more than $30 million to build the mansion, known as Thunder Ridge, which was finished in 2004, with assistance from Boulder-based KGA Studio Architects to Denver-based Sprung Construction. “The architect camped up here for five days to get the feng shui of the property,” said Berry, who put his stamp on his home with everything from a Playboy mansion-inspired pool with waterfall and grotto to a world-class movie theater. He also expanded the original space for his cars to a 27,411-square-foot hangar-style space that includes a car wash and professional-grade mechanic’s equipment. Thunder Ridge is a one-of-a-kind mountaintop estate that offers nearly 360-degree views.


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