NASCAR driver’s equestrian estate listed for record-setting $16M

Photo: Courtesy of Matthew Benham Photography

This luxurious Mooresville home with equestrian facilities could be yours for $15,995,000.

Why it matters: If the property gets anywhere near asking price, it’ll be the most expensive home sale on record for the greater Charlotte area.

  • It’s nearly double the asking price of Grand Lac Chateau, 2020’s most expensive listing at $8 million.

The Mooresville mega mansion belongs to NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr., according to reporting by ESPN.

Design: At 9,986 square feet, the home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The house was originally built in 2001 and boasts grand luxury living upon the entryway that is also displayed in every space.

  • A grand imperial staircase that overlooks the first floor, large columns, vaulted ceilings, multiple fireplaces and a glass wine display add a striking look.

Luxury living: As you might expect with a $16 million price tag, the house comes with game and movie rooms and a home gym.

Equestrian center: The 5,550 square feet of European-style stables are accompanied by an enclosed arena, 60-foot round pen and pole barn.

  • According to ESPNone section of the property has a patch of land with mounds for jumping, banked corners and a path through the woods that’s fit for dirt bike riding.

Outdoor entertaining: The fenced-in backyard has a vanishing edge pool, hot tub, fireplace cabana, gas grill and fire pit. There’s also a putting green.

Photos: Courtesy of Matthew Benham Photography

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