Do ice hockey and horseback riding really go together? They do if you’re Bobby Holik.
The former National Hockey League center has slashed the price on his mountain home and horse barn in Jackson, WY, from $22 million to $17,750,000.
Holik is best known for his years with the New Jersey Devils.
The home was originally listed in June 2022, and an offer was made (and declined) in September. The property was removed from the market, but now the former hockey pro is giving the home sale another go.
This amazing three-bedroom, five-bath, nearly 5,000-square-foot house is nestled on 25 acres at the base of the Grand Teton mountains and right in the center of Jackson Hole. A two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse sits nearby.
But it’s the equine amenities that make this property a showstopper. The perks include a 4,300-square-foot barn with seven stalls, a two-acre grass riding field, eight paddocks, and a professional-level jumping arena.
The home oozes western-chic charm, thanks to its plentiful wood details, animal-skin furniture, and exposed stone. In addition to ample living space, the house offers views of the snow-capped mountains and features an octagonal dining room for lively parties.
Holik’s daughter was the inspiration for this horse-friendly property, as she was a longtime rider in her youth. These days, she has her sights set on becoming a doctor, according to the Wall Street Journal.
As for Holik’s career, the Czech-born skater played 18 seasons in the NHL and was a part of two Stanley Cup-winning teams with the Devils in 1995 and again in 2000.
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