WWE legend, occasional actor, podcast host and entrepreneur Stone Cold Steve Austin has slapped a nearly $3.6 million price on one of the two homes he owns along the same unsung yet high-cost street in L.A.’s upscale Marina Del Rey community.
The 56-year-old, famously smooth-pated and still thickly jacked former professional wrestler, who retired his itty-bitty wrestling pants in 2003 and currently hosts an eponymous podcast (“The Steve Austin Show”) and sells a spectrum of branded merch on his Broken Skull Ranch website, including an IPA beer and a line of pocket knives, has owned the property for more than 13 years, shelling out $1.965 million for the unassuming if hardly inexpensive home over the summer of 2007.
Listings held by Denise Fast at Re/Max Estate Properties indicate the circa-1953 California ranch was extensively overhauled in 2017 by “master craftsman contractor” Randy Ward of R.L. Ward Construction, with interior appointments by “Renowned interior designer” Janice Francois. Now cleared of all personal belongings and staged with generic furniture for the sales and marketing process, the single-level home has three and potentially four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in a tad more than 2,700 square feet.
A few of the home’s designer touches include wide-plank floorboards attractively peppered with an occasional knot, custom linen window coverings and snazzy linear drains in the updated bathrooms.