Jeff Gordon’s former Boca Raton mansion lists for $42M

Gordon won three of four NASCAR championships while living there

Jeff Gordon and the Boca Raton home (Getty, via Premier Estate Properties)
Jeff Gordon and the Boca Raton home (Getty, via Premier Estate Properties)

UPDATED Nov. 15, 2021, 9:05 a.m.: NASCAR Hall-of-Fame Jeff Gordon’s former Boca Raton mansion is on the market for $42 million, complete with a 20-car motor court and an auto museum.

Gordon owned the 16,500-square-foot mansion from 1997 to 2003, during the height of his career when he won three of his four NASCAR Cup Series championships. He sold the home for $13.3 million and it was on and off the market between 2009 and 2014, asking between $20.9 million and $15.5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Hamister Group founder Mark Hamister, who died earlier this year, bought it for $12.5 million in 2014,. His son, Hamister CEO Daniel Hamister, is the owner.

( via Premier Estate Properties)

( via Premier Estate Properties)

The seven-bedroom home has a mix of Mediterranean styling and contemporary features, including a double-height bank of windows in the main living room that overlook the Atlantic Ocean.

A listing from Premier Estate Properties Inc.’s Joseph Liguori describes the home as inspired by the Cap D’Antibes area of the French Riviera.

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Amenities include a gym, theater room and a club room with a wet bar and billiards table. The Hamisters added a six-car garage to the property. Hamister wants to sell the property with all of the furniture included.

The rear of the home features an infinity-edge swimming pool and a private walkway leading to the beach. The property totals about an acre.

A deal near Hamister’s asking price would be among the pricier deals to close in Boca Raton this year. Only a handful of properties have sold for more than $30 million in the seaside city.

Several properties have sold for more than $20 million. New York Mets owner Steven Cohen paid $21.6 million for a 31,000-square-foot home in a nearby unincorporated region in August. The average sales price in the area was just over $9.8 million.

This story has been updated with a correct image of Jeff Gordon.

[WSJ] — Dennis Lynch