Jerry Seinfeld's house for sale: Pay $18 million and be master of his domain (PHOTOS)

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Yadda-yadda-yadda has obviously paid well for Jerry Seinfeld. Otherwise, he could never have afforded the spectacular Telluride residence he's now put on the market -- for a mere $18.25 million.

Fortunately, you'll get a lot for the money -- including eleven bedrooms and twelve and a half baths.

The home's listing notes that the residence, at 225 Raspberry Patch Road, adds up to 14,200 feet worth of living space on a spread that measures more than 26 acres. Take a look at the photos here, courtesy of Sothebysrealty.com.

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