From south-western Siberia to South Florida, check out Sergei Bobrovsk’s new Florida mansion
Novokuznetsk is a city of 550,000 people in south-western Siberia, Russia, closer to Mongolia and Kazakhstan than it is to Moscow. So where would the new Florida Panthers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky, a native of Novokuznetsk, choose to live in the Sunshine State?
The 6,700-square-foot house has five bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, and an elevator for those nights after a particularly brutal game. There's a wine cellar and media room, plus a heated saltwater pool. It's on a large waterfront lot with a concrete dock over the water, and safely tucked away in a gated community, of course.
In the last two years the house has gone from an initial sale price of $6.35 million, but "Bob" managed to score it for $4.5 million. Recently the hottest free-agent goalie, Bobrovsky signed a huge $70 million deal to spend seven years with the Panthers. The house was listed by Troy Hotchkiss of Compass Florida.
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