NASCAR’s Casey Mears is speeding away from his Scottsdale, AZ, home. The modern residence in the desert is now available for $5.1 million.
The professional driver picked up the remodeled abode in 2018 for $2,215,090. Located in the Cactus Corridor neighborhood, the elegant home offers a clean and sleek style.
Highlights of the five-bedroom, five-bathroom, 5,166-square-foot spread include high ceilings with exposed beams, black steel and glass windows, and a neutral palette. An eye-catching wood gate boosts the curb appeal.
The open layout features a living room and dining room separated by a dual-sided fireplace. The kitchen is equipped with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom cabinets, and a spacious pantry with a wine fridge.
The primary bedroom comes with an en suite bath and opens to a private courtyard with plentiful seating and a fireplace.
The guest quarters feature a separate entrance and can be used for an office, gym, or bedroom suite.
Outside, the acre lot features natural grass, a pool, putting green, sport court, dog run, and chicken coops. There’s also an underground trampoline.
When Mears purchased the place, he expressed plans to expand the garage.
The space now fits 15 cars and includes a loft, car lifts, and a workshop.
The 2,400-square-foot RV garage “is an entirely separate adventure that must be seen in person to believe,” states the listing.
Surely, the home’s next owner will appreciate the extra storage space on the property.
Now 44, the California native has raced off-road and stock cars, and won the Coca-Cola 600. Plus, he’s competed in IndyCar and NASCAR’s three national series. Mears has also served as a NASCAR analyst for Fox Sports.
Nicholas Carlson with Launch Real Estate holds the listing.