NASCAR Legend Kyle Petty Is Selling $5.5M North Carolina Compound

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    Kyle Petty  (2014 Paul Warner)

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    Lakeside view

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NASCAR racing legend Kyle Petty and his ex-wife, Pattie, are selling their 380-acre estate known as Adaumont Farm in Trinity, NC. The couple divorced in 2012, after 33 years of marriage.

The son of all-time NASCAR great Richard Petty won eight races in his 31 years and retired from the track in 2009. Despite hanging up his helmet, Petty has remained active around pit row. He's currently serving as an analyst on "NASCAR America" and is involved in charity causes, including the Victory Junction Gang Camp and the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America.

The couple's lakefront compound -- listed for $5.5 million -- includes an upscale four-bedroom ranch-style home. According to the listing, every room in the home offers peaceful lake views.

But this huge piece of land is way more than just a home. The sprawling property also includes a 25,000-square-foot barn and event center, equestrian grazing lands, and amazing views.

Currently the farm also serves as a private racing museum dedicated to the careers of Kyle and Adam Petty, a bridal suite, a hunting lodge, and a target shooting range, according to the farm's website.

And the good times won't stop rolling. A representative for Petty told us planned events and charity functions will continue on the property as scheduled with a new owner in place.