Like his racing legacy, Tony Stewart’s magnificent home is American, through and through.
Situated against a stunning lakefront view in Columbus, Indiana, is an incredible home that looks to be a magnified log cabin of sorts, and the interior manages to perfectly combine opulence and luxury with a classic American wilderness-inspired aesthetic and cozy atmosphere. And that home belongs to NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Tony Stewart.
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Described as looking similar to a Bass Pro Shops store, the home features an indoor waterfall and creek, complete with koi fish, and an 8,700-gallon freshwater aquarium in the great room. The house also features six bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms, with a golf simulator, poker room, billiards room, and of course, a memorabilia room with a race car on the wall.
Zoned as a hunting preserve, the magnificent wilderness cabin experience doesn’t end when you walk out the door, with fish, elk, deer, and turkey galore for any avid hunter or fisherman to enjoy. This unbelievable home is being sold for $30 million, which makes it currently the most expensive home for sale in Indiana, and if sold at that price, it will be one of the most expensive home sales the area has ever seen.
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