Former NHL superstar Martin St. Louis has listed his Connecticut estate and for a cool $16 million it could be yours.
I mean... just check out this pad:
Located on the ocean just outside of Greenwich, CT this place is as luxurious as luxurious gets. The 7,200 square foot mansion located on 1.3 acres is truly something to behold.
Check out this real estate listing:
Located at the very tip of a peninsula jutting out into Long Island Sound, St. Louis' property spans 1.31 waterfront acres. The neighborhood is gated, and this mansion sits at the end of a cul-de-sac, for extreme privacy and security.
The custom-built coastal estate with awe-inspiring views offers five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms on 7,258 square feet, with water vistas visible from most every room.
Inside, a large chef's kitchen offers a butler’s pantry, double ovens, and a gas stovetop. Next to the kitchen, a mudroom offers several custom built-in lockers with plenty of cabinet space for jackets and winter boots.
High-end finishes throughout include oak floors, high ceilings, and marble-clad fireplaces.
The serene outdoor living space, with a large wraparound porch, is perfect for entertaining family and guests or simply for basking in the tranquil bay views.
The master suite has a cozy fireplace, as well as a deluxe bathroom with walk-in shower and sauna. Both the master bedroom and bathroom have views of the Sound and the New York skyline in the distance.
Evidently the St. Louis family is downsizing and is set to make a $10 million profit after living in the home for the previous eight years. The St. Louis' have purchased a country club home in Chapel, Florida for $615,000 after purchasing the Connecticut estate for $6 million back in 2012.
Check out some of these photos for the estate currently listed for sale from Compass listing agent Jennifer Allen:
I tell you what, Marty...
I'll have my people reach out to your people and see if we can come to some sort of agreement. It might take me a little while to dig up the down payment, but trust me buddy... I'm definitely good for it. Please... just trust me, Marty.