Tony Stewart's $23 million Indiana ranch back on market: 'A true playground for adults'

NASCAR legend Tony Stewart's sprawling 400-acre Hidden Hollow Ranch in Columbus, Indiana, went back on the market Friday with a 25% price cut -- $22.5 million.

Two years ago, the native of Columbus and three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion, put the 20,000-square-foot home up for sale for $30 million. With no buyers, the six-bedroom and 11-bath mansion was taken off the market in December 2022.

Last week, the home, which features a two-story waterfall and trout stream at its entrance, a kitchen that boasts a large, commercial hibachi grill and a lower level with a bowling alley, gaming area, golf-simulator and lighted, onyx bar, was listed again at a much lower price.

"We strive to ensure that our pricing remains competitive and in line with current market trends, ultimately offering the best value to potential buyers," Carrie Holle, the home's listing agent with Compass said in an email to IndyStar. "This adjustment allows us to present the property at a price that accurately reflects its worth in today's market, providing a fair and attractive opportunity for interested parties."

Built in 2011, the rustic mansion is "the finest property ever offered for sale in the state of Indiana," the listing boasts. At the original $30 million asking price, Stewart's home was the most expensive to go on the market in the state's history, according to real estate records.

Tony Stewart's Hidden Hollow Ranch in Columbus, Ind.
Tony Stewart's Hidden Hollow Ranch in Columbus, Ind.

"Hidden Hollow Ranch is an extraordinary legacy ranch property that spans over 400 pristine acres, combining the natural beauty of the terrain with luxurious amenities," Holle said. "The lodgepole pine sourced from the Northern Rockies and the carefully selected materials, including white oak, red hardwood, stone from Texas, and Indiana bedrock, create a rare blend of comfort and opulence."Hidden Hollow Ranch is "a true playground for adults," the listing says. The great room features an 8,700-gallon freshwater aquarium. The home also features a 9-acre lake stocked with trophy bass, sprawling forests filled with turkey, 300 deer and elk on a licensed hunting preserve.

See the listing.

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