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A $6.7million mansion in Arkansas has its own 1.2-mile running track

If you’ve ever had to hit a race track, you’ll know it’s not easy. Most tracks are located in the middle of nowhere, several hours from the nearest major city. Do you risk driving your wayward car down the track or shelling out for a trailer and rig? Travel is always a headache. What if track days came your way? That’s the idea behind this massive property in northwest Arkansas, complete with a mansion, endless room for car storage, and its own race track.

1691 S Dead Horse Mountain Road is a 393-acre property nestled on the outskirts of Fayetteville, a town near the Arkansas-Oklahoma border. Surrounding the gigantic 7,764-square-foot house is a 1.2-mile paved asphalt running track that features three large right-hand sweepers, switchbacks, and a few hairpins. The layout reminds us a lot of Lime Rock Park.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home, which sits out the back, is packed with amenities like a gym, theater, bar, and huge kitchen. At the end of said straight is a road that leads to a gigantic storage facility, with two-post lifts and enough space to store as many race cars, trailers and motorhomes as your heart desires. . There is also an entirely separate guest house. The entire property is powered by solar panels, making it the largest private solar complex in the area, according to the listing.

The domain is currently listed on with an asking price of $6.7 million. Sure, it might be right in the middle of the country, but we still think you get what you pay for. How many people can say they wake up and do 10/10 on their own private track before breakfast? Not a lot.

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