‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ sells longtime mansion, moves to Florida

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ sells longtime mansion, moves to Florida

Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman is closing a big chapter in his life.

The sprawling home Chapman purchased with his late wife, Beth Chapman, in 2009 for just $750,000 has scored a buyer, The Post has learned.

Initially listed back in October for $1.69 million, a pending offer was in the works in November following a $95,000 price cut. The home is expected to close on Monday at the asking price of $1,595,000.

The move comes a year after Chapman got married to Francie Frane , who he met six months after Beth’s passing in June 2019 and who also lost her spouse, husband, Bob Frane, in 2018.

“I love Colorado — it will always be special to me and Francie,” Chapman, 69, told The Post. “We have moved to the sunny state of Florida and are enjoying the warmer weather. Aloha.”

Made up of six bedrooms and five baths, the property is situated on over nine acres of land in Castle Rock. The home spans 6,200 square feet. The great room. The kitchen with counter seating. The dining room. Spanning 6,200 square feet in the Keene Ranch community, features include an updated kitchen with granite counters, a great room with floor-to-ceiling windows, a fireplace and exposed beams.

There is an “expansive deck for spectacular Colorado sunsets,” the listing notes, with panoramic mountain views. Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” Chapman sells his longtime Colorado home he shared with late wife, Beth Chapman, for $1,595,000. The primary bedroom comes with dual closets, a fireplace, vaulted ceilings and a deck. The ensuite bathroom features a sinking tub and also comes with a fireplace.

Other features include a wet bar and an entertainment room with a movie theater. The breakfast space. Heath Epperson with Virtuance Photography The family area. Heath Epperson with Virtuance Photography One of six bedrooms. Heath Epperson with Virtuance Photography The primary bathroom. Heath Epperson with Virtuance Photography This is the same home that was regularly featured in Chapman’s reality shows: “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” and “Dog’s Most Wanted.” It was also the same home where he lived with his late wife for a decade before she lost a battle with throat cancer at 51.

Karen Beville and Scott Beville with Coldwell Banker Realty held the listing.

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