Sure, maybe you can’t play hockey like a Detroit Red Wings star, but if you’ve got a spare $75 million kicking about, you could live like one.
That’s the pricetag on the Malibu beach home recently listed on the real estate market by former Red Wings Hall of Fame defenseman Chris Chelios. Located in the exclusive Paradise Cove area, the house overlooks the Pacific Ocean. There’s five bedrooms and a guest home with its own bedroom and kitchen.
Former NHL defenseman and three-time Stanley Cup champion Chris Chelios has listed his Malibu beach home for sale at a staggering price of $75 million. Chelios and his wife, Tracee Chelios, originally purchased the property for $6 million back in 2003.https://t.co/pdb3lcYxnF pic.twitter.com/nkUYoL5K9O
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There’s also a pool, spa, gym, and putting green on the 1.7-acre lot. The reason why Chelios and his wife Tracee are listing the home is no different than why many other seniors put their homes on the market. They want to move to be closer to their grandchildren. Their hope is to find a similar-type home located on Lake Michigan.
Red Wings In Case You Missed It
- A 4-1 loss at Carolina left Detroit winless in four games (0-3-1). They’ve been outscored 15-3 over the past three games
- Red Wings forward Joe Veleno says the team will be playing for pride in Thursday’s season finale at Tampa Bay
- An injury to captain Dylan Larkin led to the recall of forward Danny O’Regan from the AHL Grand Rapids Griffins
- When it comes to Detroit prospect Amadeus Lombardi of the Flint Firebirds, OHL coaches are quite impressed
Red Wings Next Game
It all comes down to this. Detroit will be closing out the 2022-23 NHL regular season on the road against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday. The 35-36-10 Red Wings are needing a win to post a .500 season.
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