Hockey Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille had listed his Utah Home for $2.599M; although now he may be considering to keep it and stay there. According to Zillow, Robitaille removed the listing and took his home off the market last week.
Robitaille’s massive log home estate is 9,700 sq-ft with 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and sits on 13.5 acres. The homes includes a swimming pool, pastures, barn with a potential apartment above the barn, pool house with a bathroom, shower, firepit and bar area. There is also an indoor gymnasium with basketball and volleyball courts, and ample irrigation water to keep the property green all season long.
After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Robitailles opened their home for people from the Gulf Coast who were victims of the storm.
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I have been in the real estate industry since 2002, and actually starting out as an appraiser.
Before that however, I worked as a residential concrete finisher; which I started as a summer job when I was 13 and over the years worked my way to become a lead foreman.
As both a residential appraiser and concrete finisher, the housing and market experience I’ve gained has truly been an asset.
Shortly after acquiring my appraiser’s license, I went on to become a Real Estate Broker. Since then it’s been a passion of mine to help families and individuals who are buying, selling, relocating, or investing.
In 2004 I purchased my first 2 investment properties and then in 2005 I bought my first primary home. Since then I’ve had over 20+ investment properties including: rentals, lease options, fixer flips, new construction, and vacation rentals. In 2012, I had the opportunity to feature and host a home on HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms”.
In 2008 I married my beautiful bride on the beach in Maui. We have two amazing boys and a little girl who’s our princess!
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