Matt Kenseth, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, has listed his 7,259-square-foot Mooresville, North Carolina, mansion for $2,799,000, reports the Realtor.

Built in 2006, the custom home sits on a three-quarter-acre lot and is located just 45 minutes away from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. It offers an 'Old World' elegance coupled with modern amenities.

The two-story European-style mansion of the 2003 Sprint Cup champion includes five bedrooms, five full and three half bathrooms and a large living room, in addition to a gourmet kitchen. The kitchen boasts custom cabinetry and sophisticated appliances. The kitchen leads to a spacious and an open breakfast area.

The lower level of the building features two master suites, a media room with a bar, and an exercise room.

According to the property listing, the exteriors of this mansion-estate gives a more relaxed feeling and comes with a large swimming pool, a spa, a wood-burning fireplace, a private pier, and a second-floor terrace that offers an excellent view of Lake Norman.

The property comes with two garages - a one-car garage and a three-car garage. It also includes a fenced yard, a ground gas grill, and central heating and cooling systems.

The property is listed with Dorin Nash of Ivester Jackson Distinctive Properties.

Realtor reports that in recent times, Mooresville has turned out to be a favorite place for NASCAR drivers. Former champion Joe Nemecheck auctioned his 138-acre horse property there in 2012, while Kurt Busch acquired a European-inspired mansion for $3.29 million in October, just 20 minutes away from Kenseth's mansion-estate.