If you’re looking for a beautiful mountain home steeped in film and music history, the home of academy award-winning actor Keith Carradine is up for sale. The home, located in Telluride, Colorado, is not only linked to Carradine (the son of actor John Carradine and brother of David Carradine), but it was previously owned by legendary music promoter Bill Graham. Graham is famed for helping launch the careers of the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane. In the 1980s, Graham began to put on shows in Telluride, making the community a music destination to this day.
The 6,000 square foot home fits right in the Colorado mountains. A creek meanders through the property, and there are views of the town’s famed ski slopes.
The home boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The price is $8 million.
Carradine has appeared in over a 100 films and television programs over his 40+ year career. He won an Oscar in 1975 for penning the song “I’m Easy” for the film Nashville. Some of his credits include Dexter, Big Bang Theory, Deadwood, The Long Riders and The Duellists. He is the father of actress Martha Plimpton, star of Raising Hope.