National Hockey League Hall-of-Famer Wayne Gretzky, known as "The Great One," is selling his Arizona home for $3.4 million.
The NHL legend purchased the Mediterranean-style house in Scottsdale in 2003 for about $2 million, when he assumed the role of managing partner of the Phoenix Coyotes, according to the L.A. Times.
The 5,619-square-foot property is one of 13 homes in a private community with more than an acre of privacy, "perfect for entertaining large parties or intimate gatherings," according to the listing.
The main house is "sophisticated and elegant, with finishes that are of superior quality and workmanship." It includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office with wood beam high ceilings, with an additional one-bedroom, one-bath "casita" for guests.
Considered the greatest player in NHL history, "The Great One" retired in 1999. He has also purchased property in Westlake Village, California, according to Zillow.