NASCAR driver Alex Tagliani has sold his place in Las Vegas for $1.2 million.
Although Mediterranean from the outside — with arched windows and a tile roof — the two-story home’s updated interiors are so clean-lined, they have an office-building feeling. The dining room has one wooden wall and a tile wall opposite it. Wavy metal stair railings add an industrial vibe.
A breakfast nook, three bedrooms and 4.25 bathrooms are within the 3,455 square feet of living space. A family room with a fireplace sits off the center-island kitchen.
Built in 2004, the house looks out on a golf course. There are views of the Las Vegas Strip, the mountains and Red Rock Country Club from the quarter-acre lot, which contains a covered patio and a swimming pool with a spa.
The property previously sold in 2005 for $1 million.
Tagliani, 44, hails from Quebec, Canada. He won the 2009 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year award.