Eight days after being fired by the Washington Capitals, former head coach Todd Reirden has put his home on the market.
Reirden listed his six-bed, eight-bath, 4,060 square foot mansion on Monday through Jordan Stuart of Keller Williams Capital Properties. Stuart also served as Wayne Rooney’s real-estate agent.
The news was first reported by the Washingtonian’s Marisa M. Kashino.
The sprawling luxury estate, first built in 1997, was formerly owned by Elliot Segal, the talk radio host behind DC101’s popular Elliot in the Morning. Some of the fancy features include an 800 sq ft heated pool, a three-car attached garage, an industrial Chef’s Kitchen, an exercise studio/game room, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar.
The property is centrally located and minutes away from Rt 50/66/395/495. The National Mall is only 15 minutes away.
Reirden, who spent six seasons with the Capitals (four as an assistant and two as head coach), is rumored to possibly land in Florida or Pittsburgh as an assistant if he can’t get another head-coaching gig.
Reirden is now spending “time with his family as he evaluates his next stop within the NHL,” Stuart told the Washingtonian.
Headline photo courtesy of Jordan Stuart, Keller Williams Capital Properties
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