That’s right, the castle owned by Hockey Hall of Famer and owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Mario Lemieux, is now on the market. The Mont Tremblant home has an asking price of $21, 999,066! The person who pays the price will acquire the16,794-sq-ft home inspired by Quebec City’s Chateau Frontenac.
Mario Lemieux’s Castle Up North of Montreal Features
The house includes 50 rooms altogether, including nine bathrooms and eight bedrooms!
The property sits on a spacious 5.25 acres of land. Some of the major selling points of Chateau Fleur de Lys are:
- 12-foot, Cathedral ceilings
- 17 fireplaces
- Two-bedroom guest house
- Dedicated ski and sports room
- Walk-in refrigerator
- Private tennis court
- Home theater
- Gym and spa
- Wine cellar and bar
- Heated floors throughout house
Real Estate company Engel & Volkers calls the property ‘a destination in itself.’
Check out photos of Mario Lemieux’s Castle Up North here:
Not too shabby, eh?
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