NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. selling massive home with five bedrooms, putting green and horse stables

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The North Carolina home of NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is up for sale, and the whopping 9,986-square-foot residence is listed for $15,995,000.

The listing real estate agents, Heather Gibbs and Josh Tucker, would not confirm it was Stenhouse’s home. According to the Multiple Listing Service, a database used by Realtors, the home is posted under Slide Job LLC, which is Stenhouse’s company. While it’s not the most expensive house for sale in the state, it is the highest asking price in the Charlotte region.

Stenhouse, who drives for JTG Daugherty Racing, had his first NASCAR Cup Series victory at Talladega in 2017 and was the Sunoco Rookie of the Year in 2013. He is currently 25th in the Cup standings, with his best finishing this year being second at Dover in May.

Retired NASCAR driver Ernie Irvan originally owned the 140-acre property located north of Charlotte, North Carolina. Irvan’s original house on the property burned down, though, and he had a new home built and ensured it was suitable for his daughter, who rode horses.

The house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, plus an infinity pool and pool house, putting green, fitness training facility, a 3-acre pond and guest living quarters. It also boasts an 18-stall horse stable with state-of-the-art facilities and heated and cooled 18-locker tack room, including a 136-by-240-foot covered arena for horse riding with a full sound system.

An aerial shot of the listing shows the gated drive and sprawling property with the main residence tucked in a corner. The overhead view shows the magnitude of the property and how much space is available for sale.

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