Although Stone Cold Steve Austin first made a name for himself as a professional wrestler, he has remained in the limelight following his wrestling retirement. He is now an actor, producer, television host, and podcast host, so he has his finger in a lot of pies. He began his career in wrestling in 1989 and won multiple championships and accolades throughout his career. He retired in 2003 to become an actor. As an actor, Stone Cold Steve Austin is known for his roles in films such as ‘Recoil,’ ‘Knockout,’ ‘Tactical Force,’ ‘The Package,’ and ‘Grown Ups 2.’ On television, he is probably best known for hosting ‘Redneck Island,’ ‘Steve Austen’s Broken Skull Challenge,’ and Straight Up Steve Austin.’
In his personal life, Steve Austin has been married three times. His first marriage to Kathryn Burns was annulled after he began a relationship with wrestling manager Jeanie Clarke. He then married Clarke in 1992, and the couple went on to have two daughters together. Austin also adopted Clarke’s daughter from a previous relationship. However, the relationship did not last, and they divorced in 1999. Austin’s third wife was wrestling manager Debra Marshall, who he married in 2000. However, they divorced in 2003 following allegations of domestic abuse. Austin has now been married to his fourth wife, Kristin Feres, since 2009. Until now, the couple has split their time between Broken Skull Ranch 2.0 in Nevada and their home in Marina Del Rey in California. They also own a second house in Marina Del Rey on the same street as their main house. However, Austin has now decided it is time to sell his second Marina Del Rey home, and he has listed it for just under $3.6 million. Here is an overview of the main features of Austin’s listed property.
An Overview of Steve Austin’s Marina Del Rey
Nobody really needs two homes on the same street, so it is unsurprising that Steve Austin has decided to sell one of his two Marina Del Rey properties. He bought the house for $1.965 million in 2007, so he has owned the house for more than 13 years. The house was built in 1953, and the interior design is the work of Janice Francois. Internally, the property measures 2,724-square-feet, and it boasts three to four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It sits on a plot measuring just over 8,000-square-feet.
Inside Austin’s California Pad
As the property is a bungalow, all the living areas and bedrooms are on the same floor. The first room is a large foyer. Beyond the foyer, there is a bonus room, which the homeowner could use in multiple ways. The bonus room leads through to the open-plan living area that accommodates a sitting room, a dining room, and a kitchen. The color scheme throughout this room is neutral, and there are light wooden floors and spotlights. In the main sitting area, there is a fireplace and a wall-mounted television that defines this area of the room and its intended use, and there are doors leading out to the patio. The dining area has a bright and modern feel, with a glass dining table surrounded by eight white, high-backed dining chairs. A contemporary light fitting hangs centrally above the dining suite.
The kitchen features contemporary wooden cabinetry, light-colored quartz countertops, and high-end appliances. One of the most notable features is the in-built, stainless steel double refrigerator and freezer. The kitchen is separated from the living and dining area by an island that acts as an additional workspace and as an informal dining area. It also houses a second sink. Pendant lights hang above the island, and a window overlooks the rear garden. A partial wall featuring a fireplace separates the main living space from the family room, which offers additional living space separate from the main living area of the house. Although this is currently used as a sitting room, there is the option to use the family room as a fourth bedroom.
All three bedrooms run alongside the right-hand side of the property and are connected by a corridor. There are a bathroom and a half-bathroom between the family room and the bedrooms and a further bathroom opposite the guest bedrooms. Both guest bedrooms feature mirrored closets. At the end of the corridor is the master suite, which includes a bedroom, a walk-in-wardrobe, and an ensuite bathroom. From the master bedroom, there is direct access patio and swimming pool in the rear garden, while the master ensuite features a soaking tub, a double shower, and floor-to-ceiling tiling.
The Exterior of the Marina Del Rey Property
Austin’s house has a Mediterranean flair from the outside, with stucco walls and a clay-tiled roof. The single-story property also has wrought iron gates and door coverings, which is another feature typical of this property style. To the front of the property, there is a lawned area, a pathway leading to the front door, and a driveway to the attached garage. The lot is a little over 8,000-square-feet, and it is surrounded by tall hedges that give the grounds some privacy from the neighbors and people walking past. The property and grounds have security, thanks to the secured entry gates, says Dirt.com. There is access to the rear garden from both sides of the house, and doors lead into the garden from the main living area and from the master bedroom. At the property’s rear, there is a small patio directly behind the house that offers an area for dining, relaxing, or entertaining. Most of the backyard is filled with the swimming pool, which has a small Baja shelf and incorporates a tiled spa. The pool is surrounded by a narrow, paved area for lounging, and then by a wall and some shrubbery.
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