Two-Time Stanley Cup Champion Lists Waterfront Greenwich Gem for $9M

Two-time Stanley Cup champion Brad G. Richards has listed his Greenwich estate for a heaping $8.995 million. The retired player won with the Tampa Bay Lightning and Chicago Blackhawks, and it’s unclear what brought him to Connecticut’s Gold Coast, but now he is on the move. Richards’ champion of a home is a waterfront Georgian colonial that is sure to grab attention on the market.

“I love the old-world charm and character, combined with modern and updated amenities. It’s beautiful to wake up every day with the sun reflecting on the water,” Richards remarked on his listed property. Made up of six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half baths, the 1922-built home has been renovated to offer the best of past and present.

Inside, the 7,551-square-foot home is brimming with entertaining spaces balanced out with family-centered rooms, including the children’s playroom and large media room. Traveling from the kitchen to the breakfast room to the more formal spaces, the abode is soaked in sunlight thanks to dramatic French doors. Richards’ favorite room is the bar and great room, prime spots for parties and gatherings.

Close to NYC, the Greenwich property is in an ideal location for city excursions yet keeps a remote feel by being perched right on Indian Harbor. Outdoor amenities include a kitchen, fireplace, dining area, gated pool and spa, and a wooden dock. To top it off, there’s a guest home as well.

The listing is held by Brian Milton of Compass.