Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida pirate ship home for $3M

Retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. has just finished his latest race: selling his roughly 3,300-square-foot Florida home.

Earnhardt’s house, in Key West, has traded hands for $3 million, the listing brokerage told The Post.

He and his wife Amy, an interior designer, listed the spread for $3.7 million in February 2020, according to People.

Earnhardt purchased it for $2.4 million in 2009 — two years before the couple began dating and seven years before they wed.

Listing images show the property has a distinct beachy vibe — with turquoise shutters, natural-tone decor and palm trees shading a large pool. And despite its modern look, the home dates to 1863.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

The spread comes with a wraparound porch decorated with turquoise accents.

Andre van Rensburg for Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

Outside, there’s a pool.

Andre van Rensburg for Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty

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What’s more, the home reportedly nods to Key West’s pirate history. Earnhardt designed the interior to resemble a pirate ship, with skull-and-crossbones emblems — including a mural — and a ship’s wheel at the end of the bar, People added. There are also fishnets and ropes tied around columns.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

A pirate theme adorns the interior, including skull-and-crossbones emblems.

Andre van Rensburg for Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sells Florida home for $3M

There are even fishnets, ropes and a ship’s wheel in the decorations.

Andre van Rensburg for Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty

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The bones include five bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. Set on roughly 0.2 acres, the grounds additionally have a guest house, used now as one large bedroom. (There are plans to split this space into two bedrooms and one bathroom.)

The main house has a wraparound porch. Inside, there are hardwood floors, wood-paneled walls and beamed ceilings. On the second level, there’s a deck whose gate opens allowing daredevils to jump into the pool below. It’s fitting for the couple to have such a thrill-packed home, as they starred in the four-part “Renovation Realities: Dale Jr. & Amy” series on the DIY Network in 2018.

Bob Cardenas and Matt Carlson of Ocean Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller and the buyer.

Credit: NYPOST

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