Avs defenseman sells Belcaro mansion for $3.75M

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Devon Toews celebrates his game-winning goal against the Seattle Kraken during Game 2 of the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs on April 20, 2023. (Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

Devon Toews sold his 6,000-square-foot Belcaro mansion last month for $240,000 under its list price. The $3.75 million sale closed on Feb. 12.

Last year, Towes signed a seven-year contract extension with the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche. He listed the mansion on Jan. 11 for $3.99 million. 

Toews and his wife, Kerry, bought the 865 S. Steele St. mansion in March 2021 for $2.9 million.

The six-bedroom, five-bath home, constructed in 2020, has two fireplaces. The first-floor open floor plan includes a kitchen with an island, dining area, living room and office space. 

The primary suite on the second floor includes a five-piece bath. The finished basement includes a wet bar with a built-in wine refrigerator and a recreation room.

Rachel Quincey with LUX Living represented the Toews. 

Lisa M. Taylor with Compass-Denver represented the buyer, the Kathryn A. Valdez Revocable Trust.  Valdez is the assistant vice president of corporate planning and carbon-free tech strategy for Xcel Energy.

Toews’ seven-year contract extension inked last October was for $50.75 million, or an annual salary of $7.25 million. He helped the Avalanche win the Stanley Cup in the 2022 season.

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Devon Toews celebrates his game-winning goal against the Seattle Kraken during Game 2 of the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs on April 20, 2023. (Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

Devon Toews sold his 6,000-square-foot Belcaro mansion last month for $240,000 under its list price. The $3.75 million sale closed on Feb. 12.

Last year, Towes signed a seven-year contract extension with the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche. He listed the mansion on Jan. 11 for $3.99 million. 

Toews and his wife, Kerry, bought the 865 S. Steele St. mansion in March 2021 for $2.9 million.

The six-bedroom, five-bath home, constructed in 2020, has two fireplaces. The first-floor open floor plan includes a kitchen with an island, dining area, living room and office space. 

The primary suite on the second floor includes a five-piece bath. The finished basement includes a wet bar with a built-in wine refrigerator and a recreation room.

Rachel Quincey with LUX Living represented the Toews. 

Lisa M. Taylor with Compass-Denver represented the buyer, the Kathryn A. Valdez Revocable Trust.  Valdez is the assistant vice president of corporate planning and carbon-free tech strategy for Xcel Energy.

Toews’ seven-year contract extension inked last October was for $50.75 million, or an annual salary of $7.25 million. He helped the Avalanche win the Stanley Cup in the 2022 season.

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