Back in 2021, Vegas Golden Knight star defenseman Alex “Petro” Pietrangelo and his wife Jayne dropped $5.25 million on a 1.15-acre residential lot in Summerlin, Nevada’s über-luxury Summit Club neighborhood where he and wife Jayne planned to build a luxury home. Those plans have changed.
Not only is the vacant parcel back up for sale at a profitable $8.9 million, tax records indicate the couple recently made a $5.32 million off-market purchase of a luxury home in another of Summerlin’s many upscale golf and resort neighborhoods. Madison Blau with IS Luxury represented both buyer and seller of the Summerlin residence.
Built in 2006, marketing material from when the contemporary abode was last on the open market, in 2018, describes Petro’s new digs as having “some of the most amazing, sweeping double fairway and mountain views that you will find” within the swanky guard-gated enclave. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a couple of powder rooms, throughout the two-story residence’s almost 7,000 square feet.
Beyond the semicircular driveway and secured courtyard entry, the home offers a double-height living room with a massive stone fireplace, one of four in the house, and a formal dining room. The sprawling great room, which spills out to the backyard, is anchored by a gourmet kitchen fitted with marble counters on the doublewide island and the separate doublewide snack bar peninsula. There’s a wine cellar and the balcony outside the second-floor primary suite includes a fireplace and panoramic views.
Out back, there’s desert landscaping — rocks and hardy plantings — a freeform pool and circular spa, a built-in grill and bar, and a deep loggia for escaping the late afternoon scorch of the desert sun.
A few years into a seven-year contract with the Golden Knights valued at almost $62 million, the Pietrangelos own another home in Summerlin — at not quite 4,300 square feet, it is considerably smaller than their new one — that they scooped up in 2021 for $1.87 million. It’s not currently on the market.
The Golden Knights finished the regular season with the most points in the NHL’s Western Conference and will host Winnipeg in the first round of the playoffs Tuesday and Thursday in Las Vegas.