Actor Steven Seagal has put his bulletproof Arizona home up for sale. But security comes at quite a cost.
When the apocalypse happens, this is probably where you want to be. In 2010, the martial arts black belt and Hard to Kill actor bought the 9,000-square foot mansion. Yes, it is bulletproof. Isn’t your house?
I guess when you have a 7th-dan black belt in aikido and a bulletproof house, it makes taking care of intruders much easier with hand-to-hand combat.
Regardless, Steven Seagal has listed the fortress for a booming $3.4 million. According to the Los Angeles Times, the property sits on 12 acres of beautiful green mountainous land in Scottsdale, nearly 3,000 feet above sea level.
Although a native to Michigan, Seagal spent years in Japan at a dojo he opened. He moved back to California to star in countless films throughout the last three decades.
The custom-built stone, copper, and floor-to-ceiling bulletproof windows with panoramic views give the house a sun-lit, airy feel that features five bedrooms, five-and-a-half-bathrooms. These are just some of the perks of this gorgeous property.
Steven Seagal had natural stone columns built inside the home, along with skylights, huge fireplaces, an atrium, a home theater that seats nine comfortably, an infinity pool, a hot tub, and life-sized samurai warrior statues. The estate also had wrap-around balconies and plenty of entertainment areas.
Virtual Tour of Steven Seagal’s Beautiful Property
A three-minute video, posted by Paul Benson Engel & Völkers, describes Steve Seagal’s property as a “Desert Contemporary style home featuring a mix of Naturalistic, Traditional and Modern design elements. Located in the Guard Gated community of Carefree Ranch Homesteads. This one-of-a-kind Beringer Custom home was thoughtfully built into a spectacular hillside lot on just under 12 acres. The estate overlooks Desert Mountain and the Valley beyond.”
Currently, Julianna Eriksen and Robert Rogers of Engel & Volkers hold the listing.
Take the tour here.
Seagal’s compound rests comfortably within a gated community that a guard protects. Talk about safety.
Steven Seagal has tried on several occasions to try and sell the mansion, all to no avail yet. The original selling price was at $3.775 million in 2019, but he had dropped it down to $3.4 million. The 69-year-old actor bought the house for $3.5.
So, if you have an extra $3.4 million just sitting around, this lovely fortress can be yours.
According to Fox News, Seagal also has houses in Los Angeles, Colorado, and Louisiana.