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New Jersey Devils Center Travis Zajac Lists His $2.2M Colonial in Millburn

New Jersey Devils Center Travis Zajac Lists His .2M Colonial in Millburn


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New Jersey Devils center Travis Zajac just listed his home in Millburn, NJ, for $ 2.2 million, but we don’t think he has a reason to leave the Garden State.

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The Canadian-born player has taken a liking to New Jersey, where he has spent the entirety of his nine-year career on the ice. And it looks like he’ll be with the Devils until 2021, according to the eight-year, $ 46 million contract he signed with the team two years ago.

Perhaps Zajac wants a new piece of prime New Jersey property thanks to the security of his long-term deal. According to public records, he and his wife, Nicole, bought the home in September 2013 for $ 1.9 million.

The living room

The living room has built-in shelves and a cozy fireplace

The living room

Built in 1951, the Colonial-style home is over 60 years old, but you wouldn’t know it when you peer inside. It’s been renovated with new crown molding, custom millwork, built-in bookshelves, and a coffee-colored coffered ceiling.

The coffered ceiling

A coffered ceiling offers a transitional touch

The coffered ceiling

The home has oversize windows, which allow in plenty of natural light, as well as gleaming hardwood floors. Spacious dining and living areas are ideal for postgame parties with the entire team.

The kitchen’s also been renovated. Granite countertops, custom cabinetry, high-end appliances, industrial-style overhead lamps, a butler’s pantry, and double ovens give the kitchen a modern feel.

The updated kitchen

The updated kitchen boasts top-end appliances

The updated kitchen

The top floor is devoted to all five of the home’s bedrooms. According to the listing, the master suite has three closets and a luxurious master bath. The finished basement has a mudroom, game room, wine cellar, and access to the two-car garage. Out back is a blue stone patio with an open lattice overhang and a fire pit.

The blue stone patio

The blue stone patio

The blue stone patio

Zajac’s contract came with a no-trade clause, so he’s going to be a Devil for quite a while, unless he decides otherwise. NJ.com quoted him as saying, “My family is in New Jersey. We love the people here. We love living here.”

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