Have Your Own Indoor Rink in a Hockey Dream Home

Picture a hockey dream home. Let your mind wander while you envision passing the puck around on your own premises. Do you see a cozy and quaint home with a frozen pond out back? An old school split level with a basement big enough to set up a couple of nets? Or something like the full-on rink former NHL player Bill Guerin recently had built in his backyard?

If you dreamt big, perhaps you pictured something like the two amazing houses below. Each is currently for sale and they both come with their own indoor hockey rinks. You could practice your slap shot in your pajamas. Now that’s a dream come true.

First over the boards is a palatial estate we located in Orono, MN. Minnesota is a hockey hotbed in the U.S., and this house is enough to keep any puck-happy fan satisfied.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

The 10,000 square foot home has a downstairs rink that’s 30 feet by 45 feet and boards primed for checking your buddies into. The composite surface won’t support your ice skates, but who’s going to quibble when you have your own personal indoor rink?

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

Listed at $4,495,000, the lakefront estate also comes with an indoor golf simulator, an outdoor chipping green for golfers, and swimming pool.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

Headed east on our hockey home search, we spotted another candidate in North Andover, MA. With almost 10,000 square feet of living space spread over four levels, this enormous home was built with a huge hockey family in mind.

The Massachusetts mansion has a list price of $2,650,000 and its indoor mini rink measures 24 feet by 32 feet and is also made from composite. Once you’re done putting the biscuit in the basket downstairs, you’re sure to enjoy retiring to the game room, which takes up the entire third floor of the home.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

This article was originally published by Erik Gunter on realtor.com. To see the original article, click here.

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