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The house backs onto Wooden Sticks Golf Course.
“Uxbridge is a nice community,” said Steven Green, a real estate agent at Royal LePage Partners Realty, who is helping Roberts sell his house. “It’s a great lifestyle change.”
The house has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. And has extras of everything — four dishwashers, three bar fridges, three washers, two dryers.
“I’ve been selling real estate for 34 years, and it is a paradise,” said Green. “You walk in, and it’s contemporary. It’s warm, and it’s inviting.”
The neighbourhood the house is in receives a perfect score of 10 on Realtor.ca when it comes to quietness and car-friendliness. It has a score of zero when it comes to elementary schools, high schools, daycares, parks, vibrancy and nightlife.
People who want to buy this house will need to make a down payment of 20 per cent at $1.4 million. Prospective buyers should expect to pay $30,318 in property taxes each year.
Green said he has received multiple inquiries about the house from sports fanatics and health and wellness lovers.
Roberts was drafted 12th in the first round for the Calgary Flames in 1984. He played for the Flames from 1986 to 1996, winning the Stanley Cup with the Flames in 1989. He played for the Leafs from 2000 to 2004. He announced his retirement while playing for the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2009.