Inside Tom Cruise's massive $39.5M Colorado estate featuring a gym, game room and stunning mountain views

Inside Tom Cruise's massive $39.5M Colorado estate featuring a gym, game room and stunning mountain views

TOM Cruise's incredible Colorado estate featuring a gym, game room and stunning mountain views is for sale – for a monumental $39.5M.

The 58-year-old actor, who also owns homes in Beverly Hills and Clearwater, Florida, is waving goodbye to the idyllic 320-acre ranch.

Situated in Telluride, Colorado – the beautiful home is where Tom, a father of three, enjoyed much of his marriage to Katie Holmes.

It has further strong ties to the family as it was the location of his first major interview with Oprah, who later bought a home nearby.

The home is set within an incredible mountain range, with a mile-long driveway from it's gated entrance overlooking the valleys below.

Taking full advantage of it's 360 degree views, the 11,512-square-foot living space includes a four-bedroom home and a three-bedroom guest house, both featuring panelled windows.

The houses blends in with the surrounding forest thanks to its rustic cedar-wood clad exterior and large boulder stone accenting.

Inside, the home is equally impressive, featuring a large kitchen with a wooden kitchen island, double oven and plenty of fridge space.

The space opens up into a large living room and dining room, that has enough seats for a small crowd of family and friends.

Looking out onto the neighbouring mountain range, the living room sports two large leather sofas and a collection of smaller leather armchairs.

No TV in sight, home owners are invited instead to relax in front of a wood-burning stove on large, hand-woven rugs.

For more private occasions, there is a smaller living room that doubles up as a library, with shelves to stack books high up to the ceiling.

Perfect for entertaining guests, there is also a recreation room with games tables including snooker and table football, as well as a wooden piano.

Within the main home there is also a gym, while the charming guest house has its own living spaces for guests to relax.

Combined, there are seven bedrooms and nine bedrooms across the property, which has 320 acres of land to explore.

The grounds, which include a court for tennis, basketball or ice hockey depending on the season, has a private trail system up the mountains.

There is also a private gate into the protected Uncompahgre National Forest where homeowners can ride on dirt bikes or snow mobiles.

"Tucked away in the majestic mountains of Telluride, Colorado, a rare and expansive 320 acre retreat awaits," the Sothebys listing describes the home.

"Legend is created here. Memories are made here. Adventure awaits here. This one of a kind property is much more than a home, it's a way of life."

It describes the space as the "promise of a mountain lifestyle you can pass down the generations" for families seeking adventure.

The home move comes shortly after The Sun exclusively revealed that Tom had turned his penthouse into "fortress" installing over 100 spy cameras.

Finally moving into the home four years after buying it, the security-conscious star purchased the exclusive apartment in October 2016.

Locals say he turned the property, yards away from Scientology's global headquarters in Clearwater, Florida, into a fortress.

The secretive Top Gun actor has even destroyed his top-floor luxury 39ft infinity pool, hot tub and outdoor bar by completely covering it with a surrounding wall and roof, and the windows are covered with a white film, as seen in our exclusive photos.

Local resident Clay Irwin has been keeping tabs on developments and told The Sun there are dozens of cameras just on the ground floor of the building.

He claims there’s CCTV, motion detectors, and infrared, heat seeking cameras on site.

The penthouse has remained vacant, until just before Christmas, when the cameras were fixed all around the condo, according to Irwin.

Irwin, 57, said: "There’s security cameras everywhere, all round the condo – every five feet, there’s a camera.

"It’s crazy. It’s like a fortress and he’s got this white film on the windows, it looks horrible, they’re blocking a beautiful view and you can’t see in.

"The cameras have been put up recently. They’re everywhere on the lower level, garages, entrances, it’s just overkill.

"If you walk around and count the cameras, it’s no exaggeration to say there’s well over 100 cameras.

"It looks like he’s got his own cameras, and then the front desk have their own camera system for the entire condo.

"They’re triggered by movement as well, you can tell when I was walking around that they were watching me, so I started waving, I don’t care."

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