While Carolina Hurricane’s left wing Max Pacioretty may be lamenting his team’s early exit from the 2023 NHL playoffs, he still has plenty of reason to celebrate with the recent sale of his Las Vegas mansion. At $11 million, the deal is the most expensive in the exclusive neighborhood, The Ridges, where the 2018 home is located, as well as the priciest of the year for the Greater Las Vegas area.
Sleek in both design and finish, the single-story, custom-built home features an open-concept floor plan, walls of glass and soaring, coffered ceilings. A light-filled courtyard serves as the entrance.
A soft color palette embellishes wood elements seen in hardwood floors, built-in cabinetry and paneled ceilings as well as colorful views of the surrounding red rock landscape.
Marble is ubiquitous, found in the kitchen’s dark-hued double island and backsplash, primary bathroom flooring and a striking Calcutta fireplace in the living room.
“Each space thoughtfully incorporates timeless design with an authentic feel,” listing agent Madison Blau Benshimon of IS Luxury shared in a press release. The top-producing luxury specialist added that the home at “42 Crested Cloud is a particularly special property because it achieves the perfect balance of elegance and livability.”
This blend of luxury and comfort is embodied in the sprawling primary suite, complete with a stylish stone fireplace, massive dual steam shower, soaking tub, and pocketing walls of glass leading directly to the pool area.
In addition to the 55-foot-long swimming pool centered by an island seating area and water features, the backyard also houses an outdoor kitchen, firepit and sports court.
Other highlights include a glass-door wine cellar, home theater and gym fit for a professional athlete.
Fellow IS Luxury agent Anthony Spiegel represented the buyer.
Pacioretty appeared in 74 games for the Hurricanes this season, racking up 24 assists and 25 goals in the process. The 15-year veteran previously spent four seasons with the Vegas Golden Knights from 2018-2022.