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Washington Capitals’ T.J. Oshie buys McLean home for $5.2M

The seller of the property was Ray Ritchey of Boston Properties

All photos via TTR Sotheby's International Realty

In June 2017, Curbed sister site SBNation reported that T.J. Oshie, the right winger for the Washington Capitals, signed a $46 million deal to stay with the Washington, D.C., hockey team for another eight seasons. Now, Washington Business Journal reports that the local celebrity has purchased a home in McLean, Virginia, for $5.2 million.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom property has been previously featured in Traditional Home Magazine. Oshie may have been attracted to the listing’s spacious 7,505 square feet, multiple fireplaces, and media room. The property also features built-ins, a private office, and an outdoor swimming pool.

According to Washington Business Journal, the previous owner of this property was Ray Ritchey, the senior executive vice president of real estate investment trust Boston Properties. When Ritchey purchased the home in 1994, the sale totaled $675,000.

For a peek inside the celebrity’s new home, check out the gallery below.

Ray Ritchey sells McLean home to Capitals star for $5.2M [Washington Business Journal]

How Ray Ritchey has changed Washington real estate [Washington Business Journal]

NHL free agency 2017: T.J. Oshie re-signs for 8 more seasons with Capitals [SBNation]