Terry Murray, the former head coach of the Los Angeles Kings, has sold his home in Manhattan Beach for $2.35 million.
Found on a corner lot, the 2005 townhome takes in ocean views from its location near the strand. The three-story floor plan features open interiors with walnut flooring, copper fixtures and mosaic stone accents.
Features include a gourmet kitchen with a skylight and a dining room with a stone fireplace. Balconies run across the second and third levels. In all, the home has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms in 1,960 square feet.
The veteran hockey coach paid $1.8 million for the property in 2008, his first season with the Kings. He later leased the home to the man who replaced him on the bench, current Kings head coach Darryl Sutter, following his dismissal in 2011.
Murray, 64, has also served as coach of the Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers and Florida Panthers. He is entering his third year as head coach of the Adirondack/Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the AHL affiliate for the Flyers.
The residence came to market in early July with an ask of $2.5 million, public records show. John Corrales of Coldwell Banker Residential listed the home on behalf of Murray. J. Gregory Maffei of RE/MAX Estate Properties represented the buyer in the sale, which closed on Wednesday.