Jordon Leopold, one of three high-profile Buffalo Sabres players traded away in April, has sold his Town of Clarence home.
According to documents filed in the Erie County Clerk's Office, Leopold sold his 4,800-square-foot Curry Lane home for $770,000. The house, located in the exclusive Waterford Estates, had a listing price of $799,900 and was listed with RealtyUSA's Maureen Flavin, according to the Buffalo Niagara Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service,
The three-year-old Leopold home had five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, among its many amenities.
A defenseman, Leopold, was traded by the Sabres on March 30 to the St. Louis Blues. He recently signed a multi-year contract with the Blues.
Leopold's former Sabre teammate, Jason Pominville, who also lived on Curry Lane in a similar-sized house, has his home under contract and is expected to close soon, sources said.
Pominville was traded to the Minnesota Wild on April 3.
Both deals come just weeks after Sabres' goalie Ryan Miller sold his Buffalo townhouse for $640,000. Miller is entering the final year of his current contract with the team.