UPDATE: Brock Lesnar has sold his home near Minneapolis, Minnesota. The LA Times reports that Lesnar sold the home, which was built in 1996 and sits on forty-three acres of woods in Maple Plain, Minnesota, for $750,00. That’s a bit of a loss compared to the $783,500 he originally paid in 2003; he was originally asking $849,000 and then brought it down to $799,000.
The home is 3,247 square feet and includes the main residence, a heated pole barn, a storage barn and a pond. The residence itself includes an updated kitchen, a pair of offices, four bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
ORIGINAL: Brock Lesnar’s home in Minnesota is on the market. Lesnar has listed the 3,247 sqare foot Maple Plain home for $799,000. It is listed as sitting on 22.96 acres with four bedrooms and four baths, built in 1996. The description reads:
Private home secluded on 43 acres of prime land: tillable acres, woods, pond and yard. Open floor plan, large windows, hardwood floors, large updated kitchen w/oak cabinets. Four bedrooms and two home offices, newer heated pole barn and storage barn.
You can see the listing here.
You can also see some photos of the beautiful home below: