PHOENIX — A former Phoenix Coyotes player has reportedly listed his Scottsdale home at a sale price of $2.4 million.
Realtor.com reports Craig Janney, who spent 1996-98 as a member of the then-Phoenix hockey team, bought the home with his wife in 2013 for $1.6 million.
The agent who listed the property, Robert Joffe, told the website that Janney and his wife decided to sell because their daughter is going to college and are considering downsizing.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located near Camelback Road and 64th Street. It is built in Santa Barbara style and boasts three floors, including a basement, in more than 4,800 square feet.
The home sits on nearly an acre of land, has a library and at least three fireplaces, including one outside the front door.
Janney played 12 seasons in the National Hockey League before being diagnosed with blood clots and forced to quit the game.
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