It’s exactly what you’d expect the home of a seventh-degree aikido black belt actor who’s starred in a series of action-packed films would look like.
Steven Seagal, who rose to fame playing badass characters in the late ’80s and ’90s, has listed his secluded bulletproof Arizona home for $3.4 million.
Located in Scottsdale, the estate is situated on nearly 12 acres of desert land as far as the eye can see.
And the decor of the home is just as mysterious as the 6-foot-4 Seagal, now 69, is.
Built into a picturesque hillside overlooking the Phoenix metro area, the sprawling five-bedroom, six-bath property resides 3,000 feet above sea level — in case the desert mysteriously gets a flood of rain, of course.
The architectural design of the home’s exterior is built like a maze with bulletproof floor-to-ceiling glass windows and multidirectional scenes of the cacti-filled desert.
Exterior features include natural stone pillars, natural copper accents and samurai sculptures. The home also boasts a jacuzzi and an infinity pool.
Four of the bedrooms are located in the home, along with a theatre and several flex rooms. The other bedroom is located in a separate guesthouse.
Known for his roles in “Under Siege,” “Hard to Kill,” “Above the Law” and “Driven to Kill,” Seagal first purchased the home in 2010, but has been trying to sell it since 2012. He initially listed the home for $4.25 million and it has been on-and-off the market since, property records show.
Seagal also owns a dude ranch in Colorado and homes in the Mandeville Canyon section of Los Angeles and Louisiana. In 2018, he also reportedly purchased a home in Russia.
He previously had trouble selling his Tennessee estate in 2017, which he eventually sold at a loss.