Hockey pro Max Pacioretty, having moved professionally from Nevada to the Mid-South, has put his residence in Las Vegas up for sale. Priced at $11.999 million, the contemporary Indigo in the Ridges pad features six bedrooms and seven baths; it was completed in 2018 and sits on a .51-acre lot filled out with a 55-foot island pool, sports court and summer kitchen.
The house’s 10,181 sq. ft. of interiors are distributed over two levels. The design provides the living style with a considerable degree of surprise, in that moving through the residence is to some degree an act of discovery. A pair of guest rooms can be found on the lower level.
The home’s indoor/outdoor design includes a protracted vestibule entryway and an enclosed slate-floored firepit courtyard with a semi-atrium skylight ceiling divided into timber-finished quadrants. Other amenities in this home include a large, catering-ready two-island kitchen with a large pantry, a wet bar, an office, a home theater, and a master wing with a lavish two-person shower.
Pacioretty, now with the Carolina Hurricanes, spent four years with the Golden Knights, where he was hailed as the team’s top scorer for two consecutive seasons: 2019 and 2020.