Now you can—by buying the ex-Rockies star shortstop's former home in Cherry Hills Village.
People will go to great—and sometimes downright weird—lengths to get glimpses into the lives of celebrities: stalking their favorite restaurants, bidding on personal items like jerseys and locks of hair in charity auctions, even (shudder) reading tabloid magazines. But thanks to a listing for former, beloved Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki's sprawling home in Cherry Hills Village, we can all indulge our paparazzi tendencies safely and anonymously by ogling the photos (see the slideshow above) of his $5.89 million mansion.
Jeff Hendley, a real estate broker with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, is representing the five-time MLB All-Star and compares the 2.5-acre property's outdoor amenities to having the Broadmoor in your backyard. We can just picture Tulo coming home to soothe away the hurts of yet another rough Rockies loss in the fireplace-adjacent hot tub... Anyway. The 14,000-square-foot house also includes a home theater, wine cellar, nanny's suite, five-car garage, views of the Rockies (the mountains, not the baseball team) from the master suite, and a mysterious secret room.
And, as long as we're being creepy, we might as well mention that it comes with lots of Tulo's old workout equipment in the on-site gym.