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Gallery: Ex-Wild star Jason Zucker's Minneapolis mansion is for sale

Zucker is currently in his first season with the Arizona Coyotes.

Jason Zucker, the Arizona Coyotes forward who spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Minnesota Wild, is selling his Minneapolis mansion. The 6,000-square-foot home in the upscale Linden Hills neighborhood is on the market for $3,795,000. 

"This home has it all," listing agent John C. Adams with Compass told Bring Me The News' Christine Schuster. "It's the most spectacular home in all of Linden Hills."

The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home features floor-to-ceiling windows facing the lake and a walk-out lower level on the front of the home, creating connectivity to the picturesque neighborhood. And it overlooks Lake Harriet.

The private outdoor spaces include a bluestone patio, pool, fireplace and outdoor TVs and access to the property's guest home.

"It's basically a brand-new house that's barely been lived in," Adams said, adding the home would be perfect for a buyer considering new construction.

John C. Adams with Compass has the listing at 4116 Queen Avenue South in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Jason Zucker

Jason Zucker