NASCAR champion Rusty Wallace’s home is listed for sale
Rusty Wallace is looking to sell his North Carolina mountain home.
The house is located in Linville, North Carolina. The residence is burred the in the woods and the mountains of northwestern North Carolina.
View photos of Rusty Wallace’s house that’s for sale in NC below.
Address: 1020 Ridge Dr, Linville, NC 28646
Linville, North Carolina is a popular resort town. It sits at an elevation of 3,665ft.
Inside the home, a mix of stone and dark woods form the foundation of the construction.
The house is a single-story plan. 3,500-square-feet features four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The master bedroom sits next to the master bathroom which happens to also be equipped with a spa tub and a deck of it’s own.
The house was built in 2006.
Josh Aldridge, Natalie Earnhardt and Jonathan Rivers of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty have created the listing.
Rusty Wallace’s home is listed for $1,599,000. That’s $448 per square foot.
You can view the listing on Realtor.com.
Rusty Wallace was born in Arnold, Missouri. However, a move to Florida formed the foundation for short track success.
In 1980, Roger Penske selected Wallace to run a one-off event at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He finished 2nd in his debut and 14th in a race at Charlotte Motor Speedway later in the season.
Wallace burst onto the full-time NASCAR scene in 1984. He claimed the Rookie of the Year award in his first season with Cliff Stewart Racing.
His first career win came at Bristol Motor Speedway with Blue Max Racing in 1986. A move to Penske Racing in 1991 setup legendary success.
In 1989, he became the Winston Cup Series Champion. He finished 2nd, twice.
Wallace ran a total of 706 NASCAR Cup Series races. He picked up 55 race wins and 349 top-10’s throughout his career.
His last win came at Martinsville Speedway in 2004. Wallace retired in 2005 with an 8th place running in the standings and never returned to the sport.
Wallace is a member of four hall of fames: NASCAR Hall of Fame (2013), the International Motorsports Hall of Fame (2013), the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (2014) as well as the National Motorsports Press Association Hall of Fame (2010).