Ever wanted to buy a home owned by not one, but two NASCAR Hall of Famers? Now is your chance.
Richard Childress, who is the owner of Richard Childress Racing has put up his home near Daytona Beach in Florida for sale recently.
The house is valued at $1.295 million.
Childress bought the home in 2013 and has valued it $300,000 more than what he bought it for back then.
Before Childress, the house belonged to another NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin.
The residence in Port Orange near Daytona Beach boasts of a golf course.
It is also just a short drive from the NASCAR headquarters and the home of the Daytona 500.
The home is located in the Spruce Creek community.
Lavish Florida home owned by Richard Childress
The 4800-square-feet home contains four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, an indoor-outdoor living room, a wet bar, and a parlor with a fireplace.
The property covers one-third of an acre and a second-storey balcony overlooks the property.
“Custom crafted by a premier builder in 2002 with the finest of quality & professional designs incorporating superior materials & finishes. Privately situated on a professionally manicured, premium lot overlooking the lake to the golf course,” the listing of the house states.
“Every bedroom is a suite with a private bath. Spacious family room with fireplace & adjacent dining area. The entire rear of the home is windows; all main living areas open to an incredible 68 x 20 screened lanai with electric shutters. 1st-floor master retreat; 24 x 27 master bath including 3 vanity areas, custom dressing rooms & private laundry,” the listing also mentions.
Every year, NASCAR teams spend a lot of time in the Daytona area during race weekends at the Daytona road course.
Richard Childress raced in the NASCAR Cup Series for more than a decade. He retired from racing in 1981.
Childress also started and owned his team – Richard Childress Racing – that currently competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series.
Richard Childress Racing has won 14 driver championships. Six of those titles are in the NASCAR Cup Series, Dale Earnhardt.