The Craftsman-style house, built in 2005, has hammered stainless-door handles, wood-encased windows and vaulted ceilings with beam accents. A family room flows into a kitchen with a breakfast nook. The house, with 4,230 square feet of living space, contains five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Conroy, 39, retired earlier this year to become a special assistant to the Flames' general manager. The center had played since 1994 with NHL teams, including the Los Angeles Kings.
Public records show he bought the house in 2005 for $2,495,000.
Edward Kaminsky of Shorewood Realtors was the listing agent. Gary James Dempsey of Re/Max Beach Cities represented the buyer.