New listings in the real estate database, which were crossed-checked with Iredell County tax records, confirm Kyle Larson has listed his current home for sale at $1.25 million, as well as, the home he was having built on the lake at a price of $4.999 million.

The listings are both just a few days old and come three weeks after he lost his ride at Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) in the No. 42 car following a racial slur uttered during an iRacing event. The fallout from the incident occurred quickly with sponsors pulling their support, his being suspended from NASCAR, the World of Outlaws and iRacing and a decision by CGR to end their relationship.

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Larson bought his first home in 2014 – the same year he won Cup Series Rookie of the Year honors during his first season with CGR. At the time, several drivers, including Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brad Keselowski, joked with him on social media about wishing they had a house as nice as the one he had just purchased. It was the then-21-year-old driver’s first home to purchase on his own. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home is secluded by tall trees and features a pool, a glass in wine vault and a scenic sitting area.

The listing for the home still under construction states, “Timeless NEW waterfront estate located in one of LKN’s most prestigious communities w/300ft+ of shoreline. One of the most exquisite waterfront lots w/panoramic views – truly a RARE find! Every detail was put into the design of this home w/too many top-of-the-line finishes to list. This casual modern home has a California/West Coast vibe. Saltwater pool. Covered outdoor living & entertaining area w/tumbled marble, double-sided fireplace, outdoor kitchen & pool bath make it indoor/outdoor living at its finest. Private cul-de-sac.”

The unfinished home, which was listed – incomplete – on tax rolls for 2019 at more than $1 million, sits on a point overlooking the lake and boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The back wall of the home is primarily glassed-in for a full view of the lake. The land shows to have been purchased for $1.4 million in November 2018 and holds a property value alone of $930,000. The undeveloped land was originally listed at $1.75 million in 2017.

Larson also owns property on Brawley School Road but it does not currently show as being for sale.

Larson, who was one of the brightest prospects in stock car racing was in a contract year at CGR and was considered a top candidate at Stewart-Haas Racing or Hendrick Motorsports. Many in the sport believe he will return to NASCAR racing and he has repeatedly apologized for the comment and he regrets it was ever said.

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Although NASCAR does not comment on the progress of whether a driver is enrolled in its Road to Recovery Program, a spokesperson did say the sanctioning body would confirm when he was eligible to return to competition. Larson, who owns Kyle Larson Racing and fields cars on the World of Outlaws, was also suspended from that racing series but has been invited to race in the Knoxville race on May 8.

Chris Dolack, director of public relations for World of Outlaws confirmed, “Kyle Larson has been invited to race on Friday night and I believe he intends on competing. He has satisfied the requirements set forth by the World of Outlaws.”

Attempts via email to obtain comments from representatives for Larson were unsuccessful.


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