“American Chopper” star Paul Teutul has hit the skids when it comes to finance. About a year ago, the man behind Orange County Choppers filed for bankruptcy and was reported to be millions of dollars in debt.

And his real estate dealings haven’t fared much better. The reality TV star listed his rustic, 38-acre retreat in Montgomery, NY, for $2.89 million in October 2017, at a time when his troubled finances weren’t public knowledge. Three months later, the price was sliced to $2.49 million. Now, just over a year later, the massive spread is priced at $1.65 million—a substantial 42% discount from its original price. Yet no buyer has seen fit to rev up and make an offer.

Why hasn’t Paul Teutul’s home sold?

The property has a wealth of pluses: a cozy main house, pool with waterslide, volleyball courts, pond, and a massive garage for working as well as a show garage. With top-of-the-line amenities and beautiful vistas, Teutul’s estate offers a unique opportunity.

Also, the property is a two-hour drive from midtown Manhattan, which should appeal to a buyer looking for a weekend retreat from the city.