Wrestler Christopher Irvine—better known as Chris Jericho—recently picked up a European-inflected mansion in Odessa, Florida, for $3.2 million.
The house is set on a little under 6 acres on Lake Keystone. An exterior impression is of an overgrown countryside cottage of Western Europe, with brick, stucco, stone, and a red tile roof. It dates to 1998.
Within, the home conforms to contemporary tastes while touching on the historical; reclaimed beams and brick accents contrast with modern features like a double-height great room with clerestory windows and an in-wall fireplace.
The house spans about 8,500 square feet, and has five bedrooms, six full baths, and three half-baths in its three floors of living space. It recently underwent a comprehensive revision, with updates including a whole-home automation system, a surround sound system, and an elevator.
Walls of lake-facing windows, and luxe accents like plantation shutters give the home a high-end feel. The open-concept main living area flows seamlessly to a casual dining space and the all-white kitchen. The grand formal dining space is capped with a brick barrel ceiling.
Outside, the luxe styling continues with an incredible outdoor entertaining space and a covered terrace containing a summer kitchen. A tennis court, a private beach, a covered dock, and a swimming pool with a spa handle fair-weather recreation.