Chumlee's 'Pawn Stars' BFF, Corey 'Big Hoss' Harrison, Selling Las Vegas Home For $2.3 Million Along With Some Very Special Bonuses For Buyer

Georgia Makitalo

Corey Harrison is selling his dream home, and he is talking about why is he selling it now and his thoughts on how much longer Pawn Stars will continue.

For the past 12 seasons of Pawn Stars, fans of the show have watched Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison transform. Despite starring on the most popular reality show on the History Channel, there is very little about Corey's personal life that has been revealed-except for his phenomenal 200-pound weight loss. But when the soft-spoken Corey spoke to the Las Vegas Review-Journal about the sensational $2.3 million home that he was listing, he revealed quite a bit about himself, and his sentimentality is sure to further endear fans to Rick Harrison's son.

The story of how "Big Hoss" found this house in the first place is rather sentimental and says a lot about the reality star's ability to achieve long-term goals. Corey used to see this home every day when he drove himself to high school. He vowed that one day, this spectacular home would be his.

Why is he selling his home? Simple. Despite achieving his dream, it was just too much house.

"I'm just one guy with a fiancé. If I had eight kids I could live here; it would make sense. I got to buy it and live in it, but sometimes childhood dreams are just childhood dreams. I never thought I would downgrade into a 4,000-square-foot house. It took me about two months to find places to put everything."

This ostentatious home has a wide, circular driveway that leads to graceful white Grecian columns at the front of the house, along with a meticulously manicured lawn and carefully-trimmed shrubbery.

Inside the home, the master suite is fully equipped with a ginormous walk-in closet and a wet bar for a little night cap. The bathroom has quartz countertops and intricate tiling.

"I wanted a really manly, old-school type of office."

Harrison revealed that he enjoys the fans, but it can be a bit intrusive when a fan sits down next to you at a restaurant as you are trying to propose.

"Life is definitely better than when I made 60 grand a year and just managed the pawn shop. But it does really suck when (uninvited) someone sits down at my table when I'm proposing to my fiancé. It's a little annoying. But I know that as long as people recognize me it means I'm doing my job right. So the good outweighs the bad."

Corey also discussed the show and the film schedule. Sounds like filming will resume in September.

"I've got my first eight months to be lazy, and that's what I'm going to do."
"You can't stop Pawn Stars."

Meanwhile, Corey is ready to sell this gorgeous property and begin his new life with Bianca.

"This area is perfect for anyone that wants to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city yet is close enough to freeway access to allow for an easy commute around town."

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