Canadian ice hockey All-Star Shea Weber recently sold his Nashville home for $1.9 million.
The NHL defenceman purchased the five-bedroom home for a hair over $1 million back in 2009. The 7,387-square-foot brick two-story home boasts a number of luxurious features, but what makes it unique is it’s warm and inviting feel.
The expansive manor-style achieves a cozy vibe thanks to 10-foot-high ceilings, spectacular refinished wood floors, and five sets of French doors. Additional features like a hot tub, wall-mounted TVs, and updated kitchen appliances also add touches of comfort.
Weber will surely miss the open concept kitchen and family room, in addition to the living room, dining room, media room, bonus room, and gym complete with a shower. Set on an acre plot, the backyard is open and spacious with a large deck and plenty of space for a pool and spa.
Weber formerly played for the Nashville Predators before being traded to the Montreal Canadiens in 2016. The All-Star also won two gold medals for Canada in the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics.