Flyers fans, here's the house of your dreams.
On this Memorial Day weekend, many in the area might be laying by the pool, but imagine laying by this pool.
If you've got $1.4 million and want to live in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, that can be your life.
This five-bedroom, five-bathroom home boasts, in the house description, that a former Flyer was once the owner. While it does not appear to be his current residence, Flyers legend Bobby Clarke has been quoted as saying he lived in this location, but moved after realizing the house was too private and he enjoyed having neighbors.
That's good enough for me.
As for the house, it's located in a private area of New Jersey and is just as beautiful on the outside. While the inside could use some updating, this could be the perfect project home for someone with a lot of cash. The backyard speaks for itself, with that tremendous pool, where you could party like it's 1975, and tennis court. The inside also has tons of room for entertaining to go along with a beautiful kitchen and bedrooms with tons of closet space.
This home was, presumably, purchased by Clarke in 1982 for $350,000 and doesn't appear to have had much work done on the inside. That being said, it looks like this house has incredible bones and could have the makings of something spectacular with a little elbow grease.
So, if you want to say you lived in the same house as an NHL Hall of Famer and have a pool that maybe even Gritty would come over for a dip in, this is the one for you.
Here are a few more photos from the listing.