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Home of Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman hits market at $3.45 million

TAMPA — The Davis Islands home of Tampa Bay Lightning General Manager Steve Yzerman is back on the market for $3.45 million after a brief hiatus.

The Mediterranean-style home built on a canal in 2007 and purchased by Yzerman and wife Lisa in 2010 for $2.43 million cash has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-baths in 6,265 square feet. Amenities include covered terraces with cypress ceilings, an outdoor kitchen with sink, grill and gas firepit and a heated pool with spa.

The Multiple Listing Service shows that the house first went on the market in November priced at $3.595 million but was withdrawn June 6. It was relisted at the lower amount on Thursday.

In November, Yzerman's name was on a trust that bought a 14th-floor condo in the Bellamy on Bayshore Boulevard for $1.395 million cash.

The 52-year-old Yzerman, a former captain of the Detroit Red Wings is widely considered to be one of the best hockey players of all time. He finished his 23-year-career in 2006 as the seventh all-time leading scorer in NHL history. He has been the Lighting's general manager since 2010.

Contact Susan Taylor Martin at [email protected] or (727) 893-8642. Follow at susanskate

Home of Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman hits market at $3.45 million 06/23/17 [Last modified: Friday, June 23, 2017 2:50pm]
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