In 2006, Kopitar became the first Slovenian to play in the National Hockey League. The two-time Selke Award winner bought the home in 2014 and then completely renovated it. Kopitar and his wife, Ines Dominc, and their young daughter and son likely made the most of the made-over home over the past couple of years.
Highlights include brand-new Calacatta and Carrara marble in the kitchen and baths, as well as brand-new appliances, lighting, hardwood flooring, plumbing fixtures, and shiplap accent walls.
The 4,057-square-foot, five-bedroom, 4.5-bath home has a big, flat, low-maintenance, smart grass backyard, ideal for cavorting with the kids.
For the adults, there’s a spectacular master suite. The bedroom portion has a marble fireplace, vaulted ceiling, and glass doors next to a private balcony overlooking the backyard and views of the city.
The master bathroom has a striking Calacatta marble slab shower, spa tub, and stylish built-in cabinets. There’s a flat-screen TV, makeup area, and double vanities with plenty of storage.
The master closet features built-in dressers, cubbies, and custom shelves and drawers.
The kitchen has an aqua glass brick backsplash, center island, and Viking appliances, all illuminated by a triple-wide window.
The kitchen opens to a breakfast nook with a bay window, and a large family room with built-in cabinetry and bar with wine fridge.
Kopitar, who speaks five languages, was the 11th overall pick in the 2005 NHL draft. He’s spent his entire NHL career with the Kings, and was named captain of the squad after the 2015–16 season. Celebrated for both his offensive and defensive play, Kopitar was an integral member of the team’s Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and 2014.
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