The 96-acre property, which includes a four-bedroom home and ample land where some 120 "exotic animals" roam, was originally listed for $7.995 million in 2015 before reducing its price to $7.495 million a year later.
In addition to his collection of gazelles, oryx, and antelopes, DeJoria added a fully stocked underground bomb shelter to his home.
"I suppose if Armageddon comes I'll be prepared," the home's buyer, TV producer Jonathan Nowzaradan, said to the WSJ.
DeJoria's net worth is estimated to be as much as $3 billion.
The main house has about 7,500 square feet of space, and it's situated on an enormous lot in Dripping Springs, an Austin suburb.
The property includes parts of Fitzhugh Creek.
A large gate and Texas state flag marks the entrance.
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