House of the Week: Ed Snider’s Italian-Inspired California Mansion with Ocean View

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Photos of the late Ed Snider's California estate courtesy of Jim Bartsch.

The home of the late Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider in Montecito, Calif. is being offered for sale for $52 million by his estate, writes Candace Taylor for The Wall Street Journal.

The Italian-inspired home is situated on more than nine landscaped acres with gorgeous views of the ocean and the nearby mountains. Constructed by Snider 15 years ago, the eight-bedroom main house encompasses over 21,300 square feet.

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When Snider was at home, the lower-level family room with its bar, flat-screen televisions, and home theater with room for 20, was often a venue for watching sporting events, especially Flyers games.

In addition to the stunning home, the property has a two-bedroom guesthouse, a swimming pool with an adjacent one-bedroom cabana, a tennis court, and a pavilion with wet bar and rooftop viewing deck.

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The estate is listed by agents Susan Burns from Coldwell Banker Previews International and Jason Siemens of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Read more and view additional pictures of the magnificent abode in The Wall Street Journal by clicking here.

See more of MONTCO Today’s Houses of the Week by clicking here.

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