Hiller, who signed with the Flames as a free agent last summer after seven seasons with the Anaheim Ducks, put the home on the market last fall for $5.25 million. He paid $4 million for the custom beachfront contemporary in 2010, records show.
Built in 2008, the three-story home features a beach-facing patio, a rooftop deck and wide views of the surrounding coastline. Within the 2,283 square feet of living space are a chef's kitchen, a breakfast bar and a living room that opens to the patio through bi-folding doors.
The master suite has a fireplace and an updated bathroom, while an additional en suite sports four built-in bunk beds. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms in all.
Dana Roberts of Coldwell Banker listed the property on behalf of Hiller. Jennifer Rotellini of Peninsula Properties represented the buyer in the sale.
Hiller, 33, was an all-star for the Ducks in 2011, but saw his playing time reduced during the 2013-14 season with the presence of emerging backstops Frederik Anderson and John Gibson. The Swiss native had a .918 save percentage and 2.36 goals across average in 52 games for Calgary this year.