Wayne Gretzky’s L.A. house is for sale, again (photos)

The Great One, Wayne Gretzky tells HC at Noon about his amazing 51-game point streak, and says Patrick Kane should be proud, excited and is probably really feeling the pressure right now on his current quest.

Wayne Gretzky just dropped his asking price.

The Great One put his five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate in Westlake Village on the California real-estate market a year ago for $10.5 million. But now it can be yours for just $8.195 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.


If the home — which resides in a gated community about a 50-minute drive northwest of downtown L.A. — does sell at the reduced tag, Gretzky will still turn a tidy profit.

The hockey legend purchased the 8,711-square-foot place for $2.76 million in 2000.

The single-story home features a courtyard with a fountain, a swimming pool and spa, and a gym with telescoping walls of glass. We also spotted an Andy Warhol portrait of Oilers Gretzky gripping a Titan near the fireplace. Maybe you can convince Wayne to throw that in.

Here are a few photos. More can be seen at the Times.







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