Photo: Via Sotheby’s
Dick Ebersol, a long-time NBC Sports executive who shaped Olympics coverage recently listed his Telluride, CO home for $13 million (Via Zillow).Ebersol resigned in May from his position after a successful career at NBC where he served as Chairman of NBC Sports & Olympics in 1989, secured the rights for the ’96 Olympics, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2012 games.
While Ebersol was at the helm, NBC hosted the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA Finals and Summer Olympics for the 1995-’96 season — the only time in history one network telecast them all.
Colorado is where Ebersol and his wife Susan St. James have called home since 2004, when they bought the 12,962-square foot home for $10.4 million.
The house sits on 1.7 acres of land atop a cul-de-sac, in a private community minutes away from the Mountain Village centre. Celebrities such as Oprah, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and Jerry Seinfeld also have real estate in Telluride.
Ebersol’s home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two half baths.
The house also features a spa, hot tub, home theatre and media room, an elevator, in-home fitness centre and ski access.
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