Ex-Coyotes center Mike Ribeiro lists Arizona home at $5.6 million

Ex-Coyotes center Mike Ribeiro posts Scottsdale home at $5.6 million

Mike Ribeiro, the former Phoenix Coyotes center who was bought out of his contract with the team in June, has listed his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., at $5.6 million.

The Tuscan-style home, built in 2011, occupies more than an acre in DC Ranch with golf course, mountain and city views. Lined in plank hardwood, open interiors feature cathedral-style ceilings with rustic beams, telescoping glass doors and wrought iron finishes.

The 8,665 square feet of living space includes a gourmet kitchen with a double island, a great room with a stone fireplace, a game/media room, an office, seven bedrooms and 8.5 baths across two stories. The master suite features a fireplace, his and her vanities and a large soaking tub.

Outdoors, a pool and spa with water features frame views of the Country Club, a Tom Lehman and John Fought-designed golf course. A fire pit, an outdoor kitchen with a fireplace and a detached guest house also are on the landscaped grounds.

Ribeiro, 34, signed a four-year, $22-million free agent deal with the Coyotes last summer and had 47 points across 80 games last season. After the buyout, he inked a one-year, $1.05-million contract with the Nashville Predators in July.

Public records show that Ribeiro paid $5.5 million for the home in November 2013. Wendy Tippett of Silverleaf Realty is the listing agent.

The NHL veteran, who previously spent six seasons with the Dallas Stars, is also selling an 8,242-square-foot home in Frisco, Texas. That  residence lists at $2.675 million.

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