Pro wrestler Bill Goldberg listed his residence south of Los Angeles this month for $3.2 million. The home in Bonsall is near Goldberg’s Extreme Power Gym in Oceanside, and has been the athlete’s main residence for about twenty years on the nose: he purchased the property in December of 1999, according to public records.
The single-floor home extends to 4,600 square feet and includes plentiful amenities, but the 28-acre lot and the design of the property exterior is what will sell this place. Dotted with palms and sprawling amid 28 acres of land, it’s something of an oasis in the quiet corner of San Diego county.
But the 5-bed, 4-bath house shouldn’t get short shrift. Its Spanish ranch overtones look right at home in the dusty, subtropical landscape, and its interiors are very open, with ceiling heights taking advantage of the single-story design and frequently rising above 12 feet. Distressed plank hardwood adds a little rusticity to the design, but this is a slick, late-1990s home at heart.
The pool languishes below the home, but there’s a waterslide if you don’t feel like hiking down the hill. A gym, equestrian facilities, and vineyard potential are all part and parcel of this hidden slice of SoCal.