Tony Stewart’s Indiana Mansion Is For Sale And You Have GOT To See Inside
Tony Stewart's Indiana home is for sale and it is a dream house that kind of reminds me of Bass Pro Shops.
NASCAR legend, Tony Stewart is an Indiana native who has a storied career as a driver. That fame and success allowed him to purchase one of the coolest houses that I have ever seen. Plus, it's located right here in Indiana. I wish I had the money to own this property because this is a DREAM house!
Tony Stewart's Indiana Mansion For Sale
Now, when I saw that this house reminds me of Bass Pro Shops, I mean it. It looks like a lodge that is full of amenities that you would find at a Bass Pro Shops, which is ironic since Bass Pro Shops was one of his major sponsors in NASCAR.
This place features deer antler chandeliers, a trout stream, a two-story waterfall, a massive fish tank, and there's even a bowling alley!
This is the official listing of the home:
The finest property ever offered for sale in the state of Indiana, Hidden Hollow Ranch. At 20,000 square feet of rustic luxury, this home built of lodgepole pine from the Northern Rockies sits on 415 wooded acres with a 9 acre stocked lake. Elk, deer, and turkey are abundant on this licensed hunting preserve. Two-story waterfall and trout stream in the entry. Great room features 8700 gallon freshwater aquarium. Kitchen with exquisite finishes and hibachi grill with commercial-grade exhaust system. Six ensuite bedrooms with breathtaking views. Lower level includes bowling alley, game area, golf-simulator room, and lighted onyx bar. Guesthouse and large workshop on property.
You might be wondering what an exquisite home such as this might cost you in Indiana. Tony Stweart's Indiana mansion can be yours for $30,000,000! Oh, and when you buy it, you have to invite me over so I can see this place first hand. You've got to see how amazing this home looks for yourself. I have to warn you that these photos don't even scratch the surface of everything this mansion has to offer. You can get the full tour by clicking here. Take a little peek at his Indiana mansion in the gallery below.