SCOTTSDALE — Former National Hockey League star Jeremy Roenick has once again listed his north Scottsdale home on the market.
The privately-gated, 7,461-square-foot mansion sits on 18 acres of land, and comes with an asking price of just under $5 million.
Roenick’s seven-bedroom, seven-and-half bathroom residence is located at 8525 E. Dixileta Drive in Scottsdale, and boasts plenty of amenities to make any prospective owner feel like a sports star. A massive outdoor area includes a three-hole putting green, a baseball field, an infinity pool and a lazy river.
Inside the home, a chef’s kitchen is perfect for feeding even the hungriest of athletes. A wine cellar and a game room are sure to keep everyone entertained, while master suits on both levels of the house will provide some much needed shuteye at the end of a long day.
In addition, the mansion features a 2,000-square-foot detached guest house, and comes complete with permits and architectural plans for a possible equestrian facility. The property also provides the options to subdivide or add to the 18 acres of land.
Roenick had two stints with the Arizona Coyotes during his 20-year career in the NHL, playing a total of six seasons with the organization. He originally purchased the home in 2005.
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