Renowned actor and musician Keith Carradine and his ex-wife, actress Sandra Carradine, snapped up the picturesque Colorado mountain retreat after its previous owner, music promoter Bill Graham, passed away in an accidentand it is now on the market. Graham was noted for hosting rock bands like the Grateful Dead, The Who and Jefferson Airplane in the Bay Area as well as for hosting concerts in Telluride at his mountainside manor. The Carradines purchased the home complete with many of Bill Graham’s things, among which the “Bill Graham Grateful Dead sofa.”
Built in the 1970s, the 6,000-square-foot luxury residence sprawled on 4 adjoining lots, with a mountain creek meandering through and a ski slope within walking distance. Although it provides privacy, the home is within easy reach of downtown Telluride. Its highlights include vaulted ceilings, dark hardwood flooring, natural light-flooded spaces and all the amenities the discerning buyer might wish for. The home includes a welcoming living room provind a unique view of the property itself, four bedrooms, among which a spacious master bedroom with wraparound windows and a large light-flooded game room perfect for playing pool in the family. It boasts 180 degree views of the Telluride Ski Resort and Bear Creek.
Keith Carradine, together with his brothers David and Robert, have carried on the family tradition of actors and musicians. Keith’s best films are considered to be Nashville, Deadwood and Dexter whereas in the music field he won the Oscar and Golden Globe “Best Original Song” (Motion Picture) for I’m easy.