NHL Legend Mario Lemieux Is Selling His Massive Castle In Quebec For $16.8 Million

Mario Lemieux Selling Castle Quebec

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NHL legend Mario Lemieux is selling his unbelievable castle in Quebec for $16.8 million and hard to believe, but that actually seems like a bargain once you get a good look at this place. (And what’s up with famous athletes and castles?)

Lemieux, who played 17 seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame immediately after his first retirement in 1997 as they waived the normal three-year waiting period, was arguably the second greatest hockey player of all time. Especially considering that he played much of his career with a spinal disc herniation, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, chronic tendinitis of a hip-flexor muscle, and chronic back pain so severe that other people had to tie his skates.

Now the current owner of the Penguins a post he has held since 1999, Lemieux is looking to sell his insane 50-room, 17,000-square-foot Mont-Tremblant castle for $22,999,066 CAD (about $16.8 million USD). The price ending in 66 is because that was Lemieux’s jersey number.

Named Chateau Fleur de Lys, the estate’s listing with Engel & Völkers is out of this world.

• 5.25 acre estate overlooking Lac Tremblant.
• All rooms have views of the lake.
• All ramps, stairs, light fixtures, candlesticks, lanterns are custom made.
• 12-foot ceilings on the main floor and lower, cathedral ceiling.
• Heated floors throughout the property, geothermal system equipped with five artesian wells.
• Large lakeview terrace.
• 4.5 dining areas.
• 5 washer-dryers.
• 17 fireplaces.
• Cold room, bar and storeroom.
• Gym equipment and spa.
• Vichy shower.
• Tennis court.
• In-ground pool.
• Outdoor shower.
• Cabana for outdoor dining.
• Pizza oven.
• Home theater.
• Wine cellar.
• Refrigerated garbage room.
• White oak two-bedroom guest house.
• Close proximity to Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort.
• Sold fully furnished.

Like I said, unbelievable.

View over 90 more photos of the incredible estate here.

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