If there are any car collectors out there in the market for a spacious new home with plenty of room to house their fleet of beloved cars, this south California mansion is listed for sale at only $3.2 million. Belonging to World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. champion Bill Goldberg, the house dubbed Eagle Mountain Estate, is located in Bonsall, California. One of the major selling points is the large custom 20-car garage!
Let's get right to the car enthusiast portion of the home. The custom-built garage spans 6,800 square feet with plenty of room to display the WWE wrestler's car collection. The garage was featured on "Garage Dreams" and "Garage Mahal." Equipped with the ultimate man cave, it features a guesthouse, gym, and kitchen.
This luxurious home was built back in 1997, and Goldberg purchased it 1999 for $1 million. The WWE wrestler and prior NFL player purchased lots bordering the property, his property consists of a total of 28 acres.
Spanning an impressive 4,630 square feet, this one-story estate features four bedrooms and four bathrooms, a large kitchen, family room, living room, and office. The dining room features large vaulted ceilings.
The outside of the house features custom stonework and has been slathered with new paint, as well as the inside. A private driveway is enclosed by a gate, and a koi pond can be found in the entryway. While horsepower may be the main selling point, the property is also ready to accommodate actual horses with a four stalls and miles of riding trails. Other features include a pool and spa with a slide and a waterfall and half-basketball court,.
Goldberg was a professional wrestler back in the 1990s, but he also played for a few NFL football teams including the Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, and Los Angeles Rams before he went into WWE. He also makes appearances in recent Dodge commercials, and has appeared in movies and television shows.
Source: Register Citizen
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