St. Louis paid $1.825 million for the New Tampa home in January 2006, shortly after signing a six-year, $31.5 million contract extension with Tampa Bay.
The 6,350-square-foot house, in the guard-gated Heritage Oaks enclave, sits on a 1.11-acre lot and overlooks the 12th green and pond of Hunter’s Green’s Tom Fazio-designed championship golf course, according to realtor.com.
The Spanish Mediterranean home, at 18145 Longwater Run Drive, was built in 2000 and includes a refrigerated wine room, butler’s pantry, office, den, five bathrooms, two half-baths and a four-car garage. The master bathroom features a bidet, dual sinks, a garden tub and a separate shower stall.
The listing agent is Melissa Hileman.
St. Louis requested the trade to New York, which allowed him, his wife and children to live in their summer home in nearby Connecticut and closer to family.
St. Louis’ 14 years in Tampa Bay included a Stanley Cup championship, two NHL scoring titles, an MVP season and an Olympic gold medal playing for his native Canada. He signed a four-year, $22.5 million extension in 2010.
When he was traded, he led the Lightning with 29 goals and 32 assists through 62 games. In New York, he had one goal and seven assists in 19 games. In two playoff games, he has one goal and two assists.