Dana Sparks and her husband, Steve, a private equity and film investor, have listed their waterfront Lake Sherwood contemporary at $2,399,000.
But don't call the moving van just yet. A ferry may make more sense. They plan to stay on the lake.
"There is a home available we have been coveting for many years," Dana Sparks said. The couple's two-story house, built in 1960, has large windows taking in the lake, sunset and mountain views.
Its 3,280 square feet of living space include a family room with a fireplace and bar, a den, four bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms.
The home has a stone patio along the shoreline where Dana Sparks likes to spend her spare time - "that is, when I'm not in the water," she said. "We love to have people over for a floating dinner on the pontoon boat," said Sparks, who transformed the house from a country charmer to what she calls a "comfortable contemporary," putting in a new kitchen, floors and decks. "We entertain a lot here. The guest room is always ready."
The Sparkses bought the house as an investment but later turned it into their primary residence. They paid $1,925,000 for the property in 2005, according to public records.