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Check It Out: Mario Lemieux' Quebec Castle is up for sale, it's incredible (Pictures)

Hockey Hall-Of-Famer and Pittsburgh Penguins owner Mario Lemieux has listed his Quebec mansion known as "Chateau Fleur De Lys" for approximately $22 Million.

the 16,794-square-foot home has 50 total rooms, including eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, on total 5.25 acres of land.

Some notable features of the property include:

  • 17 fireplaces

  • 9 bathrooms

  • 8 bedrooms, all with a lake view

  • 5 washers and dryers

  • 4.5 dining areas

  • 4.5 garages

  • 12-foot ceilings in most rooms

  • Antique columns imported from an 1800 Indian castle

  • stair tower

  • Custom-made light fixtures, chandeliers, lighting, lanterns, ramps, staircases

  • Guest house with two bedrooms, large deck

  • Walk-in fridge

  • Bar and wine cellar

  • Large ski and sports room

  • Tennis court

  • Gym spa with adjoining bathroom

  • Vichy shower, steam shower, outdoor shower

  • Wet deck pool and spa

  • Pizza kitchen

  • Home theatre

The house has been on the market since 2018, according to real estate agent Michel Naud. He claims the house took seven years to build, and would cost a whopping $35 Million to try to recreate today.




Would you purchase this ultra luxurious castle if you had $21 Million to spare?



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