Olympic Skiing Superstar Lindsey Vonn, 35 and NHL P.K. Subban, 30, have purchased a new Beverly Hills home. The couple who have been engaged since August 2019 snapped up the recently renovated single-story villa, which comprises four bedrooms and six bathrooms, for $6.75 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Set at the end of a gated driveway on more than half an acre, the home spans a generous 5,564 square feet, with pristine white walls, stately columns, and skylights embedded into high ceilings. The living room boasts a modern, minimalist wood-burning fireplace and coffered ceilings, while the family room/den has its own wet bar with white marble countertops.
The chef’s kitchen is a stunning, sunny delight, with two marble islands, stainless steel appliances, sand-colored wood cabinetry; the formal dining area is topped with a modern chandelier that is reminiscent of wind chimes. The master suite has its own sitting area and office nook, as well as two walk-in closets and two bathrooms. Out back, a covered patio area is situated steps away from a long, rectangular pool and circular spa flanked by two strips of grassy green lawn. Tall palm trees sway above.
Lindsey Vonn and and her NJ Devil Pro player do not appear to have moved in to their new home just yet. The retired Olympic skier’s Instagram posts suggest that they are still quarantined in her contemporary-style Sherman Oaks mansion, which she listed last month for $3 million. Lindsey Vonn also currently has her Vail, Colorado, ski chalet on the market for $6 million.
Last fall, Lindsey Vonn’s rep told People Magazine that she had opted to sell the home so that she could relocate to New Jersey to be closer to Subban, who plays professional hockey for the New Jersey Devils. “Since she is now retired from professional skiing, she is spending more time there to be close to him while he is in season,” the rep said at the time.