Stewart renting home as cabin
COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) — Retired NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is starting to rent out his Indiana home and 414-acre property for hunting and fishing excursions.
Stewart gained county approval in December for commercial use of his Hidden Hollow Ranch near his hometown of Columbus.
Stewart tells The (Columbus) Republic that a sporting goods company reserved the property for this spring’s turkey hunting season. He says some fishing excursions might be sold for 2017, but deer hunting is likely a few years away.
Stewart says he’s only at the house about 20 days a year. Those renting the house will have to undergo background checks.
The 16,781-square foot home was built in 2011, has six bedrooms and a bowling alley. Stewart won three Cup Series championships before retiring as a driver last year.