Wayne Gretzky's hilltop California mansion just got a $2 million price chop

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If you've ever wanted to live like the NHL's legendary Wayne Gretzky, now's your chance.

The 54-year-old former NHL player and coach — and Hockey Hall of Famer — has re-listed his five-bedroom Thousand Oaks, California mansion for $8.2 million.

When he first put it on the market in 2014, it was listed at $10.5 million. He's owned it since 2009, when he bought it for $2.8 million, according to public records.

The 8,711-square-foot estate is in pristine condition. Engel & Völkers has the listing.

Backed by views of the rolling green Santa Monica Mountains, the Gretzky mansion is secure behind the gates of the exclusive Sherwood Country Club, ensuring privacy.

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The five-bedroom, single-level estate has a dramatic stone entrance courtyard, complete with fountain.

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The living room is open to the pool area, creating a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor space for easy entertaining.

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The open-plan interior is spacious and bedecked with elaborate crown molding and European-style accents.

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It's decorated to feel luxe but not overbearing, with modern design elements mixed with more traditional pieces.

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The coffered ceilings in the dining room add a touch of old-world sophistication.

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Fireplaces are seen in many rooms, keeping the chilly southern Californian evenings at bay.

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This master bedroom features a massive sleigh bed and pale wood floors.

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Ornate chandeliers hang from the ceilings in almost every room.

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Another bedroom features a simple white-and-wood color palette.

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This is one of the mansion's six bathrooms. It includes a wood-paneled sauna.

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The town of Thousand Oaks is bordered by national parks like Point Mugu and Topanga, and is less than an hour's drive from downtown Los Angeles.

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Gretzky, who's Canadian and spent his life at freezing ice rinks, might have needed to adjust to the warmer southern California climate.

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The inset hot tub in the swimming pool looks like the perfect place to soak after a long day on the ice — or in the office.

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