Pro wrestler Randy Orton has pinned down a buyer for his home in a gated community in St. Charles, MO. Price tag for his palace? A mere $775,000.
The Los Angeles Times says the World Wresting Entertainment champ bought the 2,600-square-foot home in 2013, the year it was built. The brick-and-stone home has dark-stained hardwood floors, a two-story fireplace in a family room topped by cathedral ceilings, and an open kitchen with two-tier center island.
The home has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a master suite with steam shower. There’s also a media room, exercise room, game room, and a safe room behind a steel door. We’d think Orton is his own safe room—ever seen his muscles?—but we’re wrong.
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“You can imagine we work with a variety of clients, and he was by far one of the most fun and easygoing.”
Orton, 36, is a third-generation professional wrestler. He’s held the WWE World Championship eight times and WWE’s World Heavyweight Championship four times. He also has acting chops and has appeared in the films “That’s What I Am” (2011) and “The Condemned 2” (2015).