Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous Zorro Ranch hit the market this week with a gaudy price of $27.5 million. Located south of Santa Fe, N.M. in the village of Stanley, the 30,000-square-foot, 8,000-acre property is where Epstein was accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women and girls. Epstein was convicted of sex trafficking in July 2019 and allegedly committed suicide by hanging in the New York Metro Correctional Center one month later.
In the following report from KRQE-TV in Albuquerque, interior photos of the mansion were posted for the first time in Sotheby’s International Realty, revealing extravagant gold and red trimmings in a living room and detailed molding in the library. Also discovered on the property were three never-seen homes called The Blue House, The Lodge and The Log Cabin. There also was an area called ranch central adjacent to the main residence, dotted with several homes, a general store and a firehouse.
Earlier this year, Epstein’s Manhattan mansion sold for for $51 million and his compound in Palm Beach, Fla., sold for $18.5 million. Here’s more from KRQE-TV.