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Ducks’ Ryan Getzlaf snags Coto de Caza farmhouse for $5 million



Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf and his wife, Paige, have dropped $5 million on a Coto de Caza home on a 2-acre lot.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom farmhouse-style abode completed in 2000 at the end of a cul-de-sac spans 5,556 square feet. In addition to spacious living space, it boasts an entertainer’s backyard.

Features include a swimming pool and spa, a full-size basketball court and a putting green. An outdoor kitchen, expansive covered patio area and fire pit add to the perks.

Entering the single-story home’s double front doors reveals a light and airy interior with an expansive kitchen, nook and family room.

A large island with seating anchors the kitchen.

Elsewhere, there’s a formal dining room with a wall wine cabinet with glass doors, a living room, a home office, and a laundry room.

A spa-like tub and glass-enclosed shower outfit the master bathroom.

Ben Tate and Jerry LaMott at Tate LaMott Group of Compass held the listing. Garrett Green of Joseph Martelli Real Estate Investments represented the Getzlaf family.

Getzlaf, 36, just completed his 16th National Hockey League season with the Ducks, for which he serves as captain. A native of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, he was a first-round pick of the Ducks in the 2003 NHL Draft.

Source: Orange County Register

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