WWE champ Brock Lesnar unloads 43-acre estate in Minnesota
Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment’s reigning world heavyweight champion, has sold his rural estate outside Minneapolis for $750,000.
The home, built in 1996, occupies 43 wooded acres in Maple Plain, Minn., with a main residence, a heated pole barn, a storage barn and a pond. Lined in hardwood, the 3,247 square feet of living space contains an updated kitchen, a pair of offices, four bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
Features include a sunlit living room with a fireplace and a master suite with a steam shower and soaking tub. Set off the main level is a large deck with a hot tub.
Lesnar, 37, won the WWE heavyweight belt for a fourth time with a decisive victory over John Cena at SummerSlam in August. The former NCAA wrestling star and UFC heavyweight champion will face Cena in a rematch at Night of Champions later this month.
Records show that Lesnar paid $783,500 for the property in April 2003. He had asked as much as $849,000 for the home.
Martin Morgan of Morgan and Trust Realty listed the estate on behalf of Lesnar. John Powell of Edina Realty represented the buyer in the sale.
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