Retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. has simply completed his newest race: promoting his roughly 3,300-square-foot Florida home.
Earnhardt’s home, in Key West, has traded palms for $3 million, the itemizing brokerage instructed The Post.
He and his spouse Amy, an inside designer, listed the unfold for $3.7 million in February 2020, according to People.
Earnhardt bought it for $2.4 million in 2009 — two years earlier than the couple started relationship and 7 years earlier than they wed.
Listing photos present the property has a definite beachy vibe — with turquoise shutters, natural-tone decor and palm bushes shading a big pool. And regardless of its trendy look, the home dates to 1863.
What’s extra, the home reportedly nods to Key West’s pirate historical past. Earnhardt designed the inside to resemble a pirate ship, with skull-and-crossbones emblems — together with a mural — and a ship’s wheel on the finish of the bar, People added. There are additionally fishnets and ropes tied round columns.
The bones embody 5 bedrooms, three full loos and one half lavatory. Set on roughly 0.2 acres, the grounds moreover have a visitor home, used now as one giant bed room. (There are plans to separate this area into two bedrooms and one lavatory.)
The important home has a wraparound porch. Inside, there are hardwood flooring, wood-paneled partitions and beamed ceilings. On the second stage, there’s a deck whose gate opens permitting daredevils to leap into the pool under. It’s becoming for the couple to have such a thrill-packed home, as they starred within the four-part “Renovation Realities: Dale Jr. & Amy” collection on the DIY Network in 2018.
Bob Cardenas and Matt Carlson of Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty represented the vendor and the client.