Danica Patrick’s home is anything however regular.
” It appears like flying dishes– whatever is extremely round,” the previous race-car chauffeur, who’s devoted herself to her enthusiasm for wine making in her retirement, informs Wine Viewer ” Modern can be extremely angular,” she states. “This is whatever however angular.”
The 8,300- square-foot estate in Scottsdale, Arizona, includes concrete sheathed walls and disc shapes throughout, consisting of the breakfast bar in her open-plan kitchen area, where she states she makes waffles for her sweetheart, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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The cosmic style of the architecture led Patrick to label her location the “Jetsons Home” when she bought it in 2007.
At First, she was drawn to the house since of its seven-car garage where she might park her fleet of automobiles. However the wine rack, which holds up to 1,000 bottles, is likewise a preferred function.
While she amuses typically, Patrick, who retired in May following her last time on the track at the Indianapolis 500, confesses she does not typically follow dishes and stays with a rigorous paleo diet plan.
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” I’m the fly-by-the-seat-of-the-pants one,” she states. “I do not actually take care of baking, however I like to prepare, and I ready on the grill, I ready searing, great roasting things, you call it.”
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Her outside area is likewise the ideal location for Patrick to host visitors, as the view watches out over Arizona’s well known Camelback Mountain
Check out the complete function and see more pictures in the October concern of Wine Viewer, or see winespectator.com.