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.