Retired MMA star Dan Henderson won 47 bouts during his impressive career, but his next challenge comes in Temecula, where he’s trying to sell his equestrian estate for $1.35 million.
Spanning 4.6 acres, the fenced estate offers paddocks, riding arenas and a custom home built in 2004. It holds four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms across 4,671 square feet.
Past a two-story foyer, there’s a living room with beamed ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. Tile floors line the center-island kitchen, and other living spaces include an office with built-ins and a billiards room with a wet bar.
A pair of balconies take views of the surrounding mountains and grounds.
There’s a lagoon-style pool with a waterslide out back, as well as a cabana stocked with a kitchen and a TV. Solar panels, turf yards and an RV garage round out the property.
Karin McCoy of Allison James Estates & Homes holds the listing.
Henderson, 48, retired two years ago after a career that saw him win the UFC 17 Middleweight Tournament Championship, the Pride Middleweight Championship and the Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Championship. In addition, he won a gold medal at the 2000 Pan American Championships representing the U.S.
He currently owns a gym in Temecula.