New York Rangers President Glen Sather sells his off-season home near Palm Springs

New York Rangers President Glen Sather has made a change to his personal roster, selling his contemporary-style home in La Quinta, Calif., for $2.3 million.

Built in 1998, the desert compound sits behind a gated drive and features lake and mountain views.

Within the 4,750 square feet of open-plan space is a living room with a stacked-stone wall fireplace, a step-up dining room, a wet bar, a center-island kitchen and four en suite bedrooms. There’s also a detached guest casita with a private entrance.


There are three fireplaces.

A patio, a fire pit and a lagoon-style swimming pool and spa with a $250,000 waterfall feature fill more than half an acre of the grounds.

The desert estate came to market a year and a half ago for $2.7 million and was more recently listed for sale at $2.45 million.

Kay Bastasini of Desert Vintage Realty was the listing agent. Janine Stevens of Bennion Deville Homes represented the buyer.

Sather, 72, has been with the Rangers organization since 2000. He previously spent more than a decade as the head coach of the Edmonton Oilers, leading the NHL franchise to four Stanley Cup titles.

Twitter: @NJLeitereg


Grammy-winning songwriter David Hodges looks to beat it out of Studio City

British pop star Robbie Williams seeks $11 million for longtime Westside home

Malibu for less than $1 million