New Edmonton Oilers Center Mark Letestu Is Selling His Ohio Home

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Fresh off signing a new contract with the Edmonton Oilers, NHL center Mark Letestu is passing his home in Dublin, OH, onto the market for $600,000.

The former Blue Jacket has no need for a base in Ohio after inking a three-year, $5.4 million contract with Edmonton. Headed north, Letestu put his four-bedroom home up for sale right after departing Ohio for Alberta.

Built in 2006 and sitting on a half-acre of land, the home has a stone exterior and two garages.

The 4,708 square feet of living space features an open floor plan that's marked by columns and archways.

The kitchen boasts an impressive center island with a sink and granite countertop, stainless-steel appliances, and hardwood floors. A breakfast nook framed by large bay windows creates a cozy feel.

In an interesting twist, the master suite is on the first floor and sports a coffered ceiling, walkout sliding doors, and a walk-in closet. The master bath is fitted with a spa-style tub and separate shower.

Upstairs, there are three more bedrooms. The finished basement has a bar, a theater area, and an extra bathroom.

Letestu made his NHL debut with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009 and had been with the Blue Jackets since 2011. Property records indicate he purchased the home in 2013 for $588,000.