Wal-Mart heiress Christy Walton is selling her Wyoming mansion for $US12.5 million,
according to real estate blog Trulia.
Located off the beaten path in Teton Village in Western Wyoming, the fully furnished home has 200-year-old reclaimed oak floors, tall ceilings, and hand-crafted Albertini windows imported from Italy.
The 2.45-acre estate not only houses the 8,600-square-foot, six-bedroom main mansion, but also a nearby summer guest cabin with two extra bedrooms that looks out onto the property’s creek.
There’s also a nearby three-car, heated garage and a heated driveway for all those cold Wyoming winters.
Now the 6th richest person in America, according to Forbes — and the 11th richest on its list of global billionaires — Walton is known for being extremely private. The mansion, which is currently listed with Christie’s affiliate Jackson Hole Real Estate, is actually owned by a blind trust, but Christy Walton’s name has appeared on building permits for the address, according to Trulia.
The house comes completely furnished, except for a painting above the great room fireplace, a hanging mobile in the kitchen, and the built-in refrigerators in the garage.
The kitchen has a central island, bar seating, and chef's stove with huge cathedral ceilings that let in plenty of light.
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