The action star Steven Seagal is once again looking to unload his action-packed Scottsdale, AZ, home. The actor and martial artist is now asking $3.5 million, a karate chop off the price from 2019, when it was available for $3,775,000.
Apparently the star of “Hard to Kill” is having a hard time selling the place.
Seagal purchased the desert hideaway—which features such tough-guy amenities as bulletproof glass—in 2010 for $3.5 million.
It’s been on and off the market since 2012 for as much as $4.25 million, and Seagal stands to break just about even should he receive his latest asking price.
Located in a guard-gated community, the Beringer custom home is set behind gates and built into a hillside lot on just under 12 acres.
The estate takes in expansive views of Desert Mountain and the surrounding valley, through walls of glass and multiple outdoor spaces. It was built in 2001, and the construction is a mix of natural stone, glass, and copper elements.
It’s guarded by two samurai statues at the front door, and the layout of almost 9,000 square feet offers five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, including a guesthouse with a full kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and living area.
It has a home theater, formal dining room, and living room, and the island kitchen comes with bar seating, stainless-steel appliances, and dark cabinetry. The eating area adjoins a family room with a flat-screen TV and a fireplace.
In addition, the layout includes several flexible spaces for a gym, office, or more guest rooms. A master bedroom features a private balcony and fireplace. The connected en suite bathroom, with dual sinks, includes the dramatic combination of a marble tub and what appears to be a fire feature.
The desert-landscaped grounds include an infinity pool and spa and a barbecue area, and is in close proximity to six Jack Nicklaus Signature-designed golf courses. The property also includes a three-car garage.
In addition to listing his desert digs, the movie star struggled to find a buyer for a 12-acre estate in Tennessee, which he last listed in 2017, and eventually sold for a loss.
He has also reportedly owned homes in Los Angeles and Louisiana, according to the New York Post. The actor, who was reportedly granted Russian citizenship by Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, may also have a home in Russia as well, the Post notes.
Seagal made an impact in the 1990s, in such action movies as “Under Siege,” “Above the Law,” and “Marked for Death.” The black belt in aikido also starred in a reality TV show,“Steven Seagal: Lawman,” which was set both in Louisiana and in Arizona, and followed his work as a real-life deputy.
Julianna Eriksen with Engel & Volkers Scottsdale holds the listing.
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