Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch's multimillion-dollar, three-acre home in Boulder, Colo., is on the market.

The ranch of the high court's newest justice's was listed for $1.675 million last week, according to Realtor.com. The home is described as a "horse lovers' paradise near downtown Boulder," which also features mountain views, a three-stall barn and is surrounded by miles of riding trails.

The house, which Gorsuch reportedly purchased for $1.03 million 10 years ago with his wife, has a heated outdoor swimming pool in a professionally landscaped garden, a gym, five bedrooms, a wood-beamed office with built-in bookshelves and five bathrooms. The basement playroom has "room to entertain about 100 of your closest friends" and includes a home theater and pool table, according to the listing.

Requests for private showings of Gorsuch's former home can be made at Realtor.com's site for its listing.