Ex-Golden Knights player Max Pacioretty sells $11M Las Vegas home
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - NHL star Max Pacioretty has sold his $11 million home located at 42 Crested Cloud Way - the highest sale price in the Greater Las Vegas area this year so far.
Please read the following in the late Robin Leach’s voice:
“Sitting on a half acre behind the guarded gates of the single-story restricted neighborhood of Indigo in The Ridges, the open concept floor plan features a Calacatta fireplace, wood-accented ceilings, an indoor/outdoor bar, a chef’s kitchen with double islands and a marble backsplash, designer light fixtures, and millwork accent walls.
“The left wing includes the primary suite, three additional en-suite guest rooms, and an office. The lower level has been completely reimagined from its original form, including an additional 2,000 square feet of living space.
“Complete with a wine cellar, gym, sauna, den, media room and two additional guest rooms, this home truly has it all. The immaculately landscaped backyard is a paradise featuring a 55-foot-long pool with a center island, water features, a fire pit, a full outdoor kitchen and a sport court. No detail spared, 42 Crested Cloud sets a new bar in defining luxury.”
Pacioretty formerly played for the Golden Knights but now plays for the Carolina Hurricanes.
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