For less than half-a-million dollars, you can own the ultimate fan cave in sports.

No, you can't sleep over at Fenway Park or Lambeau Field. But in auto racing, you can literally live at a legendary race track -- and tell your guests a stock car legend slept here.

Racing icon Rusty Wallace and his wife, Patti, have placed their two-bedroom, two-bath condo at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on the real estate market. If you're a fan of racing, you can't beat the location, location, location.

"The entire living area faces the track," real estate broker Mary Walters tells NewsChannel 36.

Wallace, 55, a broadcaster for ESPN, bought the race track hideaway to entertain corporate sponsors in the

late 1980s. He's decided it's no longer necessary for his family to own it.

So you can buy this race fan's dream home for a relative bargain: $485,000.

There are actually six condos on sale in a Charlotte Motor Speedway building that contains 40 domiciles, according to the Charlotte TV station.

Wallace's unit is fully furnished, including new televisions. So the new owner will get everything inside -- except of course the racing trophies and memorabilia from a Hall of Fame NASCAR career.

Wallace won a Sprint Cup Series championship and 55 Series races. He had nearly $50 million in career earnings.

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