The retired WWE star “Stone Cold” Steve Austin wants to pin down a sale of his Marina del Rey home. Built in 1953, the single-story residence is available for $3,595,000, Variety reports.
The WWE legend purchased the property in 2007 for $1.97 million. The midcentury residence in the desirable L.A. community has since undergone a remodel, and is described as “designer perfect.”
The interior designer Janice Francois and the master craftsman contractor Randy Ward of R.L. Ward Construction “artfully transformed” the space into its current, pristine state, the listing notes.
Walled and gated for privacy, the home features four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and measures 2,724 square feet. Custom touches include wide-plank floors, linen window shades and drapery, and barn doors that open to the fourth bedroom or office off the home’s entry. The spacious master bedroom features glass doors that open out to the patio.
The redone bathrooms feature linear shower drains, high-tech lighting, and a soaking tub in the master.
The open floor plan features custom iron and glass doors, and a double-sided fireplace found at the entry. Recessed lighting is found throughout the main space, and the dining area includes a stylish chandelier.
The eye-catching kitchen comes with Viking appliances, Waterstone fixtures, Caesarstone and quartzite counters, and pendant lighting. A large island has plenty of space for seating. The kitchen adjoins a living and dining area, which opens outside, providing easy indoor-outdoor entertaining spaces.
Outside, the 8,000-square-foot lot includes a pool, spa, and patios, as well as a grassy lawn. A two-car garage completes the property. The recent remodel also means that most of the home’s infrastructure has been upgraded.
Austin’s choice of location is impeccable—the home sits close to shopping and dining in Venice, the beach, and quick access to LAX.
Now retired from professional wrestling, Austin, 56, is billed as an actor, producer, television host, and podcast host, and is signed as a legend contract with the WWE. A bad-ass icon, he held the WWE title belt six different times and was known for his signature finishing move: the “Stone Cold Stunner.” He’s recently released his own beer, Broken Skull IPA.
Denise Fast with Re/Max Estate Properties holds the listing.
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