The most expensive house on this list of pricey NASCAR mansions is actually smaller than the No. 10 home, but you know what they say about location.

We won't spoil which NASCAR driver has the most expensive — and arguably, most outrageous — house on this list, but we will share a few drivers included. Both Busch brothers made it, as did Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Mark Martin and Denny Hamlin.

Danica Patrick did very well for herself with a California mansion she bought with ex-boyfriend Aaron Rodgers. Tony Stewart and Kevin Harvick are a couple more drivers whose house pictures you'll find here. Even if you don't love architecture and interior design, you'll crush on the man caves.

Many of the drivers listed live within a short drive of Charlotte, N.C. In fact, several houses are on Lake Norman, but not the most expensive pads. There's an NYC apartment in the Top 3 and a slice of California paradise. Then, there's a log cabin that sits on more than 400 acres in the rural Midwest — what a flex!

Scroll down to see three to five pictures of each house, followed by a full home tour of the No. 1 house. The above video also shares the same information, if that's your preference. There you'll learn more about each house and the drivers' yearly salaries. So much of what a driver puts in the bank is in endorsements, so it's safe to say Budweiser paid for Harvick's home.

PICTURES: See Inside NASCAR's Most Expensive Mansions

The largest NASCAR driver home includes an indoor aquarium and more than 19,000 square feet of living on 415 acres. The No. 10 home on this list of the 10 most expensive is hardly a postage stamp by comparison.

Taste of Country recently compiled the priciest NASCAR driver homes, and while a few famous names make the list, a few not-quite-as-famous names do, too. Dale Jr., Denny Hamlin, Danica Patrick and the Busch brothers are a few of the drivers to look for on this list of mega-mansions. See pictures of all 10 and a full home tour of the No. 1 house.

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