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Former San Jose Sharks Defenseman Brad Stuart Selling Los Gatos Home

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    Formal Dining Room

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    Park Like Grounds

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    Brad Stuart's Los Gatos Home

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    Family Room

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    Casual Dining

Brad Stuart's home in Los Gatos, CA, will be a score for a buyer who's game.

The former San Jose Shark has moved on -- leaving his $5.2 million home for the taking. The 36-year-old blueliner made his debut with the Sharks in 1999 and has had two separate stints with the San Francisco Bay Area team, while bouncing around the National Hockey League.

For the multimillion-dollar asking price, you're welcome to enter the 2001 residence located in the gated and exclusive Kennedy Estates. Only 15 years old, the home has a style described in the listing as Craftsman, French, and Mediterranean.

No matter the style, it is large: The 5,400-square-foot space on over 1.6 acres features an open floor plan, parklike grounds, and a "state-of-the-art" gym which includes a sauna.

The home boasts a huge family room with a pool table, wet bar, fireplace, casual dining area, plus a kitchen and pantry with room for storage and a computer nook.

For more formal entertaining, there's a separate dining room with a wine closet. The five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home also features separate guest quarters, as well as french doors in every bedroom leading to private balconies.

Looks like a hot-shot property to us.