Courtesy of Point Park University

Inside Kessel’s $2.1 million Pittsburgh home

Phil Kessel's former home is on the market, and it could be yours for just $2.1 million.

The listing on realtor.com describes the house in this way:

This nearly 8, 000 square foot home sits privately on 3+ acres at the end of a cul-de-sac and yet is less than 15 minutes to downtown Pittsburgh and 10 minutes to Cranberry. Walking through the home is an experience with stunning hardwood floors throughout the main level and an abundance of natural light. The open kitchen is a chef's dream with every amenity, an abundance of space and a climate controlled walk-in wine closet which holds more than 400 bottles. The master bedroom suite is on the main level and is simply amazing. The second floor has 4 large bedrooms, each having their own full bathroom and walk-in closet. The lower level is massive and includes a wet bar, a theater room with a 120" movie screen and auditorium style seating, a workout room and an abundance of storage space. There's room for a pool too!

The highlight of the listing, in my opinion, is this view of a corner of Kessel's basement. He had mannequins with former Olympic opening ceremony outfits, and a painting of himself:

Here are more photos from the listing:

Finally, there's a picture of Kessel's theatre room, which includes just one chair:

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