NASCAR driver’s equestrian estate in Mooresville hits market again at nearly $13M

An equestrian estate in a rural part of Mooresville that’s linked to NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is back on the market, this time with a lower asking price.

That 9,115-square-foot residence, which sits on close to 141 acres off North Carolina Highway 152, near Carrigan Farms, was listed yesterday at $12.995 million — the highest price of any home currently for sale in Mooresville. That’s down from a price tag of $15.995 million when the property originally entered the market in July 2022. The listing was removed in late January, according to

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Built in 2001, the home has been renovated and includes five bedrooms as well as seven full and two half bathrooms, according to its listing. Features include a game room, theater, vanishing-edge upper pool, pool house and cabana, and putting green.

The grounds feature fenced pastures and paddocks, stables that encompass 5,500 square feet and 18 stalls as well as a lighted and enclosed covered arena and viewing area, among other structures. A fitness training facility and detached garages are also housed on the property.

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