Popular NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is going for the largest real estate deal in Charlotte, NC with the $15,955,000 deal for his luxury 140-acre Mooresville Mansion.
Josh Tucker, co-broker, said that the deal will set the record for the most expensive resale in the Charlotte market. 2020’s most expensive deal of Grand Lac Chateau stands at $8 million.
While the brokers have not confirmed that this is Stenhouse’s residence, the property points towards the driver. In addition, the LLC behind the property is Slide Job. The name Slide Job is a dirt bike racing move, a passion of Stenhouse.
So what makes it worth $16 million?
Covering 10,000 square feet east of Mooresville at 355 Pelham Lane, the mega-mansion sports a European-style equestrian theme.
5 spacious bedrooms and 6 luxury bathrooms make this estate. Grandeur is lined in every inch of the home, with an exquisite staircase, massive columns, high ceilings, and attractive fireplaces.
A 5,500 square feet equestrian arena sits in the house with European-style stables, 60 feet covered and round pen, and a pole barn. The ground also includes a span of land fit for dirt biking. The driver has reportedly raced bikes since he was a kid.
The mansion is surrounded by inviting entertainment and regal features. The fenced-in backyard has a vanishing edge pool, and a jacuzzi, complete with a comforting cabana and fire pit. A patch of land is dedicated to putting green space.
Adding to the Lake Norman frontage, the house has a gorgeous 3-acre pond.
Walking inside the mansion, the luxe is supported by an expansive fitness center, games and entertainment room, and a luxury movie theatre.
Tucker confirms that the mansion has also had previous ties with NASCAR drivers before Stenhouse. Joe Nemechek, team owner, and driver bought the property and is responsible for building its equestrian amenities in the mid-2000s.
Since 2014, the property has been under Slide Job LLC.