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Former NHLer Brad May lists luxury home for under $1 million

- July 15th, 2014

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Are you in the market for a retirement castle in immaculate condition for less than $1 million and owned by a former NHL player?

Have we got the home for you.

Brad May, currently working with the Buffalo Sabres broadcast team and Rogers Sportsnet in Toronto, is selling his 3,598-square-foot single-family home in Scottsdale, Ariz. for $979,000 after listing it on July 10.

Take the tour below and see for yourself:

Check out the description of the property, built in 1999, if you are still unsure about what is on offer:

“This property sits on a very private Cul-De-Sac and offers City light & mountain views as well as some pretty amazing features for the value! Putting green, huge pool & spa, built in BBQ, sport court, cozy center courtyard with massive fireplace. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home also offers a private “play room or Art room”. Open floor plan, huge kitchen, enormous master bedroom are just a few the many features this gorgeous home offers. Dont miss the opportunity to be within walking distance to all that DC Ranch offers. Minuets from Market Street, shopping, dining and night life!”

The Realtor Blog was first with the news of the sale. And, unfortunately, May has had difficulty getting a deal done.

According to the property’s history, May listed the home for sale in August 2008 for $1.25 million. It was then delisted in January 2009. Three years later, May put it up for sale again, this time for $899,000 — a bargain compared to the initial sale price.

That price didn’t attract any serious buyers, so again it was delisted in March 2012.

He is hoping third time’s the charm with a slightly higher asking price.

May, who was born in Toronto and grew up in suburban Markham, Ont., played 19 seasons in the NHL with the Sabres, Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Coyotes, Colorado Avalanche, Anaheim Ducks, Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings.

He played 1,041 games and scored 127 goals and 289 points while amassing 2,248 penalty minutes and won the Stanley Cup in 2007 with the Ducks.

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