The retired NHL defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky has left the league for more than a decade now, but he manages to get his unusual $8.8 Million asking prices for a luxe hillside home in Bel-Air, CA.
Tverdovsky kept the modern residence for a little under two years, buying it in May 2019 for $6.9 with its ocean and mountain views and its sleek and unique design.
The four-story home built in 2017 features five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms on 6,112 square feet of living area.
While it’s a large home, it feels more spacious, thanks to walls of glass, soaring ceilings, and plenty of skylights.
The main bedroom, with its large private deck and remarkably modern and spacious bathroom, is also the height of luxury.
Tverdovsky, 44, is a native of Ukraine and began his NHL debut as a teenager with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in 1995.
He’s no newcomer when it comes to effective L.A. real estate deals, purchasing another beautiful Bel-Air home for $5.4 million and selling it six years later in 2010, for $7.81 million.