Following his recent retirement from the National Hockey League, Ryan Getzlaf is looking to unload his spectacular space in Orange County.
The former captain of the Anaheim Ducks and longtime franchise hero (he spent his entire 17-year career with the team) has listed his seven-bedroom, 9.5-bath mansion in Coto de Caza, CA, for $8,499,000.
The 9,650-square-foot mansion is on a 5-acre lot in a gated community, accessed via a long, curvy driveway.
Built in 2001, the interior spaces have been “reimagined” by local interior designer Brooke Wagner.
The entryway features double staircases and opens to a beautiful living room with a fireplace. The kitchen is adjacent to a home bar and a game room that includes ample wine storage.
The primary suite comes with a fireplace and a generous seating area. The bathroom feels like a vacation, thanks to the sauna, walk-in shower, and free-standing tub.
The fun and games continue with a screening room, golf simulator, outdoor patio with kitchen, and lovely pool with a slide and waterfall.
The backyard living room features a barbecue, fireplace, and pizza oven. Nearby, there’s a putting green, batting cage, gazebo, raised garden beds, and enclosed space for keeping goats or chickens.
Getzlaf is the all-time leading goal scorer for the Anaheim Ducks and a 10-year team captain who led the Ducks to a Stanley Cup victory in 2007. He also earned two Olympic gold medals while playing for Team Canada.