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Retired Predators Star Pekka Rinne Selling Sleek Nashville Home for $5M

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Now retired from the NHL, Pekka Rinne is skating away from his home in Nashville, TN. The sensational showpiece is on the market for $4,999,990.

The longtime Nashville Predators netminder picked up the brand-new build in 2019 for $2.2 million. It sits on a 2-acre corner lot in the West Meade neighborhood.

The 5,076-square-foot home features six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two half-baths. The style within is “minimalistic elegance,” with oak flooring, illuminated stairs, and smart lighting, the listing notes.

The open floor plan includes a great room, media room, game room, and office. Walls of glass allow abundant natural lighting.

Great room

Dining area

The primary suite features a marble-wrapped bath with a free-standing tub.



The outdoor area includes an upper-level landing and bar open, which open out to a deck. There’s also a patio and pool.



The garage can accommodate nine cars and comes with a Tesla charger.

The hockey star previously lived nearby, in an upscale red-brick building. Craving a more minimalist mansion, he sold this more traditional home in 2019 for $1.7 million.

Rinne, 39, was drafted by the Predators in 2004. The Finnish goalie wound up playing his entire 15-year NHL career in Music City. He led Nashville to the Stanley Cup finals in 2017 and is a four-time NHL All-Star. The team retired his number, 35, last month.

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