March 02, 2022

NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million

The one-time Florida home of the "Rainbow Warrior" has sold for a new record-setting price.

Located at 2445 S Ocean Blvd. in Highland Beach, just outside of Boca Raton, the 16,582-square-foot oceanfront estate sold in late-February for $36 million, a new record for the area.

The listing agents were Carmen D’Angelo and Gerard Liguori of Premier Estate Properties.

Built in 1996, the home was first owned by NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon, who purchased it for a mere $2.4 million. Fittingly, the home was most recently owned by the late car enthusiast and investor Daniel Hamister, who, as you can see in the photos, owned plenty of collectible automobiles.

The identity of the new buyer is not publicly available at the moment.

In total, the estate comes with seven bedrooms, and 11 bathrooms, a theater, a gym, a resort-style pool, and a six-bay auto museum, says the listing.

The NASCAR Hall of Famer had an iconic career spanning from 1993-2015, and finishing with 93 wins and 477 Top 10 finishes.

Gordon is currently an announcer on Fox NASCAR.
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NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million
NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million
NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million
NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million
NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's former Florida home, complete with car museum, sells for a record $36 million

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