$8 Million Colorado Springs Mansion Has an Indoor Hockey Rink
Is hockey your thing? You live, breathe, eat, and dream of hockey. If this describes you, then this Colorado Springs mansion is your dream home. A home in Colorado Springs has just been listed on Realtor for an asking price of $8 million.
The home has a total of eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, 14,431 square feet of living space located on 15 acres of land. This home used to belong to Bob Norris. Norris was the original Marlboro Man, elephant trainer, and local legend in Southern Colorado. Surely you can tell there is quite a bit of history in the walls of this Colorado Springs home located at 12795 Oak Cliff Way.
The grounds of the property are meticulously manicured and the views of Pikes Peak will take your breath away. The current owners remodeled the home all the way down to the studs in 2006 and the entire project took two years to complete.
The master suite includes a gigantic walk-in closet and an equally large bathroom. A private courtyard is located off of the master suite and the other connecting bedrooms. Many other key features of the home include a home office, tennis and pickleball courts, a saltwater pool, and an outdoor kitchen.
For the hockey lover, you will be able to hit the ice in the four-season arena that would be perfect for a friendly game of hockey or an afternoon of ice skating in the winter months. There is even a locker room located off of the arena to change after shredding up the ice.
Check out the stunning photos of this $8 million Colorado Springs mansion listed on Realtor:
This $8 Million Colorado Mansion Used to be Owned by the Marlboro Man