Brock Lesnar Sells Minnesota Property for $750,000

Posted by Rapti Gupta on Sep 04, 2014 09:31 AM EDT
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Brock Lesnar, the WWE star, has reportedly sold his 43-acre property in Independence, Minn., for $750,000. (Photo : Redfin Listing)

Brock Lesnar, the WWE star, has reportedly sold his 43-acre property in Independence, Minn., for $750,000.

Lesnar listed the property for $799,000 in July and it seems like the heavyweight deal went for a super-low price.

The property went on and off the market several times since 2009. It debuted with a $1.49 million asking, but was delisted to re-list at $999,000 in 2010. However, it was taken off the market as soon as it was listed.

According to the listing records, the property is a 43-acre lot that has a 3,247-square-foot main residence, tillable land, woods, ponds and a large yard.

(Photo : Redfin)

The main house comprises of four bedrooms and three full and one half bathroom. The interiors feature glass windows and wooden doors with hardwood flooring and drywall ceilings. The simple home has ample parking space as well.

(Photo : Redfin)

There is another property on the lot surrounded by stretching greens.

The listing describes the place as:

"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."

Check out the photos of the home here. Martin Morgan of Morgan and Tryst Realty was the listing agent.

Lesnar, a South Dakota native, lives just a few hours away from this property. His main house is in Alexandria, Minn.

Lesnar departed from the UFC in 2011 after suffering with diverticulitis. However, he made a comeback a year later. Speaking of his return, Lesnar said in an interview:

"I left originally because I was a caged animal 300 days a year on the road and they knew that. That was the bottom line - I don't want to be that person."

"I'm at a different stage in my life where I think I've earned all that. That was the only way I could make this happen. They [WWE] played ball and hopefully it's a win-win for both of us. I really do enjoy putting on a show," he added.

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