Former Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro is trying to sell his Upper Brookville home. He listed it in September 2013 for $5.9 million with agent Kary Rotter of Shawn Elliott Luxury Homes and Estates.
DiPietro, 32, was picked in the first round of the 2000 draft and famously signed a record-setting 15-year contract in 2006. But injuries derailed his career and the team bought him out in 2013.
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Built in 2002, the house sits on a 2.1-acre lot in a gated community at the end of a cul-de-sac in Upper Brookville.
The brick manor home has five bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms. There is parking space for three cars.
Just inside the house, there is a marble-floor foyer.
The entrance of the Upper Brookville home being sold by former Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro has very high ceilings and an elaborate chandelier.
Just off the foyer is a modern dining room.
There is also a less formal dining area that is part of the kitchen
The large kitchen is loaded with top-of-the-line appliances.
Much of the main floor of the DiPietro house has hardwood flooring and a family room includes a fireplace.
There's one bedroom and one bathroom on the main floor.
The master bedroom and three additional bedrooms are located on the second floor.
One of the second-floor bathrooms is equipped with a Jacuzzi.
In all, the home has 4½ bathrooms, one with a whirlpool bath.
This is one of the four bedrooms on the second level.
The television in Rick DiPietro's den is, appropriately, tuned to ESPN. The former Islanders goalie is selling his Upper Brookville house.
Former Isles goalie Rick DiPietro has a professional-style gym into his Upper Brookville home.
The house also has a wet-bar, an office and a theater.
In back of the Upper Brookville house, there is a good-sized patio with a large grill.
The landscaped yard also has a pool.