The six-bedroom, six-bath Newton home of former Boston Bruin Matt Beleskey has hit the market for $2,499,000.
Beleskey, who signed with the Bruins as a free agent in July 2015, was traded to the New York Rangers last February.
The 6,500-square-foot home at 94 Harwich Road in Chestnut Hill went on the market three weeks ago, according to the listing agent, George Sarkis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. He called the interest in it “insane.”
“It’s a gorgeous home,” Sarkis said, noting that it was built in 2015. While some of it was completed when Beleskey bought it, much of it was customized.
The home features a finished basement, coffered ceilings, a stone fireplace in the living room, a two-car heated garage, and a master suite with vaulted ceilings, heated floors in the adjoining bath, dual dressing rooms, a steam shower, and a gas fireplace, according to the listing. The home sits on 0.25 of an acre.
“He loved the house,” Sarkis said, adding that Beleskey and his wife, Victoria, had their first child while living in the home. “It was sad they had to leave.”
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