Hockey Home Headlines

As reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal today, Marc-Andre Fleury sold his home and Ryan Reaves has placed his on the market in Summerlin, Las Vegas. Both former Vegas Golden Knights stars were traded to other teams in July.

Fleury sold his house at The Ridges in Summerlin for $8 million, making a $2.5 million profit over what he bought it for two years ago.

The Fleury deal closed late Wednesday, according to Clark County property records. The buyer’s name wasn’t immediately available in the recorded transaction as part of an all-cash deal. The deal was not listed on the Multiple Listing Service of the Las Vegas Realtors association.

Built in 2016, the 3,000 square-foot two-story home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and sits on 0.24 acres.

Former Vegas Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves has his Summerlin home under contract to close in September. Real estate websites list the price tag at $1.2 million. Reaves paid $775,900 for it in May 2018, according to country property records.

The MLS describes the home as having “bold, architectural elegance, sophisticated designs and spectacular views,” pointing out that “exclusivity and convenience underscores the beauty.”

The listing said the home is close to Downtown Summerlin, and has a private courtyard entryway with a fireplace lounge and lush landscaping. Three picturesque panel sliders highlight the modern interior design and oversized pool yard.

“Whether enjoying dinner from the rooftop deck surrounded by 360 degrees of city and mountain views, or entertaining guests by the heated pool, it is clear why it is a home of distinction,” the listing description continued.

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