Las Vegas Home of NHL Star Max Pacioretty Sells for $11 Million; 10,000 Square-Feet, Half-Acre of Land
LAS VEGAS, NV – The Las Vegas estate of National Hockey League (NHL) star Max Pacioretty, a left winger for the Carolina Hurricanes, has sold for an impressive $11 million.
The sale represented two significant milestones for the Southern Nevada region; it is the highest price ever paid for a home in The Ridges – a luxury master-planned community in Summerlin, where Pacioretty’s home was located – as well as the highest price paid for a home anywhere in the greater Las Vegas area so far this year.
Initially starting his career with the Montreal Canadiens, Pacioretty, 34, was traded to the Vegas Golden Knights before the 2018–19 NHL season; although the move reportedly revitalized his career, he was traded to the Hurricanes in July 2022 due to salary cap complications with the Golden Knights, thus necessitating the sale of his Vegas home.
The NHL player’s now-former home in The Ridges is indeed an impressive estate, consisting of a single-story mansion with 10,000 square-feet of living space, situated upon a half-acre plot of land.
The home offers a plethora of opulent amenities, including a Calacatta marble fireplace, wine cellar, personal gym, sauna, screening room, 55-foot pool, fire pit, sport court, an outdoor kitchen, and a built-in hockey practice surface.
The kitchen boasts double islands and a walk-in pantry, and the primary bedroom suite comes with sliding glass doors that allow access to the yard and pool. The bathroom features a soaking tub as well as double showers.
Over the course of his career, Pacioretty has scored 326 goals and accumulated 318 assists; however, Pacioretty is currently sitting out due to an injury he sustained to his Achilles tendon in January.
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