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Brock Lesnar's $800,000 Maple Plain home for sale [PHOTOS]

Brock Lesnar's $800,000 Maple Plain home for sale [PHOTOS]

Sure, it's a ridiculously awesome place by most all standards, but, to be honest, we expected a little bit more out of Brock Lesnar's abode.

The University of Minnesota wrestling legend and part-time WWE superstar hasn't wrestled since he stunned everyone by snapping the Undertaker's undefeated streak at Wrestlemania in early April, but one thing he is doing these days is trying to sell his $800,000 house at 2324 Copeland Road in Maple Plain, Minnesota.

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In case you aren't sure where that is, Google Maps is here to help:

Yeah, it's way the hell out there.
Yeah, it's way the hell out there.


Tammy Maddrey, the first real estate agent listed on the home's Zillow listing, confirms to us that the South Dakota native and former UFC Heavyweight Champion is indeed the owner, citing tax records. Property records indicate Lesnar paid $783,500 for the place in April 2003. It was constructed in 1996.

Lesnar, moments after his shocking win at Wrestlemania 30.
Lesnar, moments after his shocking win at Wrestlemania 30.


Here are some more photos of Brock's 4-bed, 4-bath, 3,247-square-foot home:

This angle isn't very flattering.
This angle isn't very flattering.
Nice hardwood floors, though.
Nice hardwood floors, though.
The kitchen isn't so bad either.
The kitchen isn't so bad either.
Big men need big showers.
Big men need big showers.


(For more, click to page two.)

 

A hot tub on the deck.
A hot tub on the deck.
Did we mention it's in the middle of nowhere?
Did we mention it's in the middle of nowhere?
This building is also on the property.
This building is also on the property.
We'd imagine Brock used it to train. (We've since been told Brock used this space for his motor equipment, and trained in a facility by an airport near Alexandria.)
We'd imagine Brock used it to train. (We've since been told Brock used this space for his motor equipment, and trained in a facility by an airport near Alexandria.)


-- Follow Aaron Rupar on Twitter at @atrupar. Got a tip? Drop him a line at arupar@citypages.com.


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