Yes, a castle.
Hockey Hall of Famer and Pittsburgh Penguins owner Mario Lemieux has put his luxury home in Mont Tremblant, Quebec on the market, for an asking price of $21,999,066.
Said to be inspired by Quebec City’s Chateau Frontenac, the 16,794-sq-ft home has 50 different rooms, including eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, on 5.25 acres of land.
Some of the highlights of the property, known as Chateau Fleur de Lys, include:
“The Chateau Fleur de Lys, is a craftsmen European style with Quebec influence, situated on the flank of Mont Tremblant in Quebec,” is how Real Estate company Engel & Volkers describes the property. “It offers a majestic panoramic view of renown Lake Tremblant, near 17,000-sq-ft, and is a destination in itself.”
Here are some of the property’s most impressive photos: