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Henry Lundqvist’s old puck palace sells for $2.75M in just six weeks

That didn’t take long!

NHL great Henrik Lundqvist’s former Upper West Side home has sold six weeks after it listed.

Lundqvist recently retired from the NHL following open-heart surgery at age 39.

His former apartment at 225 W. 83rd St., went on the market last August for $2.99 million and was last asking $2.75 million.

It closed on Oct. 2, according to StreetEasy. 

Lundvist was the face of the New York Rangers for 15 seasons.

The 20th-floor condo is 1,299 square feet.

It comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, 10-foot ceilings and wide-plank oak floors.

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There are also custom closets, an open chef’s kitchen with a four-seat breakfast bar, surround sound, views of the Hudson River and “sunsets in every room,” according to the listing.

The second bedroom is currently set up as a soundproofed home office.   

Building amenities include a gym, pool, sauna and steam rooms, a private events lounge with a catering kitchen, bike storage, a library, playroom and common roof deck. 

The listing broker is Brown Harris Stevens’ Anna Kahn. 

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