Hockey lovers, Milan Hejduk has a dream home just for you.
The former Colorado Avalanche forward recently put his house in Parker, Colorado, on the market. It comes with a full-sized indoor ice rink and custom Zamboni.
The 16,873-square foot home, which sits on a 2.25-acre lot, is listed for $5.2 million. It has six bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, three laundry rooms, seven fireplaces and a five-car garage.
Hejduk, whose No. 23 was retired by the Avalanche on Jan. 6, told the Denver Post that he, his wife Zlatuese and twin 14-year-old sons Marek and David intend to stay in Colorado. But the Hejduks are hoping to move closer to the rink where Milan coaches Marek and David's 14U team, and with the real estate market booming, the time was right to list the property.
"We're just trying to take advantage of the market here," Hejduk told the Post's Traffic in Front of the Net podcast, "We would put it on the market at some point, and the drive from Parker to [the rink where David and Marek's team is] practicing, it's not really pleasant. It's about an hour drive, so I wouldn't mind being a little closer."
Real estate agent Janice Schettler told the Denver Post that the rink has its own kitchen, bedroom and living area. But if hockey's not your thing, the rink can be disassembled to accommodate a full-sized tennis court, RV storage, car collection or just about anything else.
"It's absolutely spectacular," Schettler said. "Everything is first class. No detail has been missed."