Wrestler Chris Jericho Scores $3.2M Lakefront Estate Outside Tampa

Pro wrestler Chris Jericho recently scored a $3.2 million lakefront estate in Odessa, FL, a suburb of Tampa.

Jericho and his wife, Jessica, bought the gated property earlier this month, according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

The house, which sits on just under 6 acres on Lake Keystone, measures 8,500 square feet and offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three half-baths.

Built in 1998, the property was recently updated with whole-home automation, hardwood floors, and exposed beams to highlight soaring ceilings. There’s also an elevator, surround sound, plantation shutters, custom built-ins, six-car garage, generator, and full irrigation system.

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While the interior of the home is airy and inviting, the exterior is where this Sunshine State property truly sparkles.

A large, covered terrace with a kitchen offers plenty of room for outdoor entertaining. There’s also a heated pool and spa, tennis court, private beach, and covered dock with lifts for both boats and personal watercraft.

Front exterior
Front exterior

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Living room
Living room

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Dining space
Dining space

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Kitchen
Kitchen

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Main bedroom
Main bedroom

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Main bathroom
Main bathroom

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Rec room
Rec room

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Boat dock
Boat dock

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Jericho, whose legal name is Christopher Irvine, is also the lead singer for a band named Fozzy. He also appeared on “Dancing With the Stars” in 2011. Jericho is currently training for a big rematch against wrestler Kenny Omega, according to SportsKeeda, at an event planned for May 25 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.

According to the Business Journal, Jericho and his wife already own a home in the area that they purchased in 2004. There’s no word on whether the couple are planning to keep both homes. We’re guessing they took one look at this spectacular lakefront property and decided it was an opportunity they couldn’t pass up.

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