RHOBH star has put her sprawling Beaver Creek, Colorado, mansion on the market for $7.9 million.
If you’ve been watching this season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, you’ve probably swooned over Camille Grammer’s cozy Colorado mansion.
Trulia Luxe Living says Camille has put her Beaver Creek digs on the market for $7.9 million.
The home, which was featured on two recent episodes of the Bravo hit, features a spacious great room, two master suites, a family/rec room, a circular stair tower and nannies quarters.
“I helped design this home with Eddy Doumas and Dana Hugo, the creative geniuses at Worth Interiors,” Camille blogged September 15. “We wanted to play off the natural and rustic materials of the house, so we chose to blend together a combination of warm contemporary and rustic furnishings.”
The vacation home — which Camille shared with ex-husband Kelsey, 56, boasts pine floors reclaimed from the Sears Tower in Chicago, stone fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, an in-ground hot tub, a wine cellar and tasting room, and an expansive deck with mountain views.
“Every time I return to visit this house my mind is flooded with the joyful memories of my children [Mason, 9, and Jude, 7],” Camille blogged. “This home was a place for family fun and togetherness. I will always treasure the memories of these family outings.”
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