Penguins Owner Mario Lemieux Lists 17,000 Sq. Ft. Château in Mont-Tremblant for $22M CAD
905 Ch. des Skieurs, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, J8E 3M8
Canadian hockey legend and owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux has listed his massive 50 room, 17,000 square foot Mont-Tremblant château for a staggering $21,999,066 CAD. The unique pricing is said to be reference to Lemiuex’s iconic jersey number 66. Named Chateau Fleur de Lys, the sprawling home includes over 17,000 square feet of space with eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, 12 foot ceilings on the main and lower floors, 17 fireplaces and heated flooring throughout. The grandiose residence is offered turn-key with all furnishings, excluding artwork and personal effects, making this is a very rare opportunity to purchase a ready to go landmark home in a world class location. Built in 2012, the home sits on a large 5.25 acre estate overlooking Lac Tremblant and is within close proximity to Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort. Features include imported columns from an 1800 Indian castle, a selection of relaxation and spa rooms, home theatre and a refrigerated garbage room. The resort-style grounds include extensive landscaping with a swimming pool and spa, cabana for outdoor dining, tennis court and a two bedroom guest house with views over the lake. Mario Lemieux is rumoured to have a net worth exceeding $150,000,000. According to Mansion Global, Lemieux and his wife purchased the land in 2007 and moved into the home in 2012. His main residence is in Pittsburgh. Chateau Fleur de Lys is on the market for $21,999,066 CAD with Engel & Völkers.