Is Jack Eichel’s Home Up For Sale in Buffalo Overpriced?
You can now buy Jack Eichel's Buffalo home. Home movie theater.
The dramatic Jack Eichel saga ended in November and his home in Western New York is now up for sale. Where does Jack Eichel live? Or where did he live?
29 Ojibwa Circle
Buffalo, NY 14202
Take a look at the pictures below. It went up for sale yesterday for $1,300,000.
It has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. A WINE CELLAR. A home movie theater. Take a look at it below.
Welcome to 29 Ojibwa Circle, an impeccably maintained 3 level townhouse in Buffalo's Waterfront Village. This unique find boasts 49 ft wide & over 87 ft deep. The words to describe this home are "comfortable elegance". Beautiful molding, modern details, high ceilings, speakers & recessed lighting. 4 bdrms, 3 full baths & 1 half bath. 1st flr is complete w/ an elegant entranceway, coat closet, bdrm, full bath, home movie theatre, wine cellar & access to your own private covered patio. Walk up the stairs to the 2nd flr, you see an impressive chef's kitchen w/ Sub Zero refrigerator, Bertazzoni 6 burner stove w/ hood that vents out & Bosh dishwasher. Large butcherblock island contains Blanco farmhouse sink. Gorgeous granite countertops & plenty of storage. Lovely family rm with gas fp, & windows that provide natural light. Powder room & bonus room that can be a playroom, workout rm, or den.", the listing wrote.
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Eichel was traded to the Las Vegas Golden Knights on November 4 after an extremely dramatic series of events between himself and the Buffalo Sabres organization. After the Sabres refused to let him get a surgery done that they deemed was risky, Eichel decided that he wanted to go play elsewhere.
The Sabres searched for a trade for Eichel and after getting many offers and looking at many options, the Golden Knights receive center Jack Eichel and a 2023 3rd-round pick. The Buffalo Sabres get forward Peyton Krebs, forward Alex Tuch, a 2022 1st-round pick and a 2023 3rd-round pick.
Eichel, who was 25 years old at the time of being traded, recorded 139 goals, 216 assists for 355 points in his NHL career with the Buffalo Sabres.