Keith Yandle of the Florida Panthers sells his house in Fort Lauderdale

Florida Panther Keith Yandle and his Fort Lauderdale home (Getty, Compass)

Florida Panthers defenseman Keith Yandle has sold a waterfront home in Fort Lauderdale for $6 million.

Records show Yandle and his wife, Kristyn, sold the home at 530 San Marco Drive to Lev and Mariya Uretsky.

Keith Yandle is a professional hockey player for the Florida Panthers. A native of Boston, he was drafted by the now-named Arizona Coyotes in 2005. He also played for the New York Rangers before being traded to the Panthers in 2016. He signed a seven-year, $44 million contract with the Panthers that year. , according to Sports Illustrated.

The Yandles bought the 6,494 square foot Fort Lauderdale home in 2016 for $4.6 million, records show.

The home was listed in June for $5.9 million. Alicia and Jeffrey Walker of Walker Realty and Investments represented the sellers, while Chad Carroll of Compass represented the buyers.

Built in 2015, property records show the home has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

The property also has an elevator, putting green, and 100 feet of water frontage with a 10,000-pound boat lift, according to the listing.

Among other recent sales in Fort Lauderdale, Canadian TV personality Michael Wekerle sold a waterfront mansion for $16.5 million, co-founders of a mortgage lender sold a waterfront vacation home water for $6 million and Patrick Bet-David paid a record $20.4 million for a waterfront mansion.

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