Former Anaheim Duck Corey Perry nets a buyer in Corona del Mar
Hockey star Corey Perry signed with the Dallas Stars over the summer, ending a 14-year stretch with the Ducks where he won the Stanley Cup in 2007 and the league’s most valuable player award four years later.
The four-time All-Star has now cut ties with the area, selling his Cape Cod-style home in Corona del Mar for $6.375 million, records show.
The two-story home in the coastal community of Shore Cliffs enjoys ocean views from a balcony off the master suite and a 400-square-foot rooftop deck. Elsewhere are four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in 5,400 square feet.
Past a crisp black-and-white façade, the 2013 home enters to an expansive open floor plan with paneled walls, hardwood floors and pocketing doors. The living room boasts a fireplace and opens to a lantern-topped patio with a lounge and dining area.
Up a spiral staircase, the second story tacks on a game room and kitchenette. Farmhouse doors access the master suite, which includes a marble bathroom with a spa tub. A landscaped lawn finishes off the quarter-acre property.
Timothy Tamura and Steven Sergi of Valia Properties held the listing. Michelle Linovitz of Villa Real Esate represented the buyer.
After a few seasons in the Ontario Hockey League, Perry joined the Ducks in 2006. Over his career, the 34-year-old has racked up 375 goals and 412 assists.
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