Tony Stewart’s Indiana ranch is for sale for $30M, looks like a Cabela’s

When you’ve ever wished to reside in a Cabela’s, you are in luck. Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart’s huge Indiana ranch is up on the market—with a $30 million asking value and a decidedly outdoorsy aesthetic.

That eye-watering asking value does at the very least purchase lots of property. In line with an inventory first noticed by The Drive, the ranch sits on 415 acres in Columbus, Indiana, with a nine-acre stocked lake. It additionally features a licensed searching protect populated by elk, deer, and turkey.

A 19,714-square-foot home constructed from lodgepole pine consists of six bedrooms and eight loos, plus facilities like a two-story waterfall, indoor trout stream, bowling alley, and an 8,700-gallon aquarium. A guesthouse and workshop are positioned on the property as properly, per the itemizing. It is also simply an hour from Indianapolis Worldwide Airport, in case you had been questioning.

Tony Stewart's Indiana ranch

Tony Stewart’s Indiana ranch

The property additionally consists of a number of garages, together with one connected storage, however with solely 4 areas whole, in keeping with the itemizing. So it isn’t the perfect place to deal with a automotive assortment.

Stewart does have an outdated IndyCar mounted on the wall in a single room, surrounded by his assortment of helmets. These objects in all probability aren’t included within the sale.

Stewart received NASCAR Cup Collection titles in 2002, 2005, and 2011, the latter as each a driver and a crew proprietor with Stewart-Haas racing. He retired from full-time racing after the top of the 2016 NASCAR season, however stays energetic as co-owner of each Stewart-Haas Racing and the Celebrity Racing Expertise (SRX), a comparatively new collection that pits established stars in opposition to youthful drivers in equivalent automobiles on brief tracks.

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