Owning a house in Aspen is about "As Good as It Gets" for most celebs, but for Jack Nicholson, his days spending time in the mountain town will soon be over. According to The Wall Street Journal, the three-time Academy Award winner just listed his traditional home for $15 million, which he co-owns with producer and director Lou Adler.
Nicholson and Adler's house sits in the historic district of downtown Aspen and spans 5,800 square feet. The green-gabled house features five bedrooms (two of which are master suites) and seven bathrooms, as well as an attic that's been converted into a screening room (we can only imagine the sweet films that were viewed there). Details of the Nicholson's house include original hand-carved railings, a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, and a large Jacuzzi with a sliding barn door that opens to the picturesque outdoors.
Nicholson and Adler snatched up the home, known as Newberry House, together back in 1980. Realtor.com reports that not only does the house boast celeb owners, but the structure is on the National Register of Historic Places, having been built in 1985 for one of Aspen's early residents, William Shaw.
A view of the exterior of Nicholson's Aspen house.
Nicholson's historic house is for sale for $15 million.