Steven Seagal has decided to part ways with a sprawling ranch he owns in remote Siskiyou County, California.
The property consists of a huge pine chalet of 1,300 square meters of living space which has no less than 10 bedrooms, but also two other more modest buildings scattered around the grounds.
Regarding the main house, it will be difficult not to be caught up in its style, to say the least… rustic!
Indeed, the few shots unveiled by Dirt suggest a decoration quite like the second-rate action movie star whose passion for martial arts and nature is matched only by his observance. of Buddhism.
On the menu, stuffed bears, bedding covered with mandalas and large stone fireplaces.
But as you can imagine, the charm of this ranch does not lie in its decoration, but rather in the magnificent natural environment that surrounds it.
Paradise at a bargain price
Indeed, the property of Steven Seagal consists above all of an immense land of 2,150 hectares composed of lakes, various rock formations and lush vegetation.
A real "hidden paradise", boasts the ad, where deer, birds and other freshwater fish live side by side.
It remains to be seen whether the actor will find a buyer for the 7 million dollars he is offering.
It is in any case much less than the 12 million dollars that he asked for in 2015 before finally withdrawing his property from the market.
Finally, we may wonder why Steven Seagal decided to part with this haven of peace.
The star obtained Russian citizenship in 2016 after developing a strong friendship with Vladimir Putin.
A real relationship of trust, since he had even been entrusted with a diplomatic mission by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2018 in order to warm up relations with Washington.
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