Mario Lemieux Selling Quebec Castle for Over $21 million

Saturday Sep 29th, 2018


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-sf 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:

  • 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
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Antique columns imported from an 1800 Indian castle
  • Spectacular stair tower
  • Custom-made light fixtures, chandeliers, lighting, lanterns, ramps, staircases
  • Guest house with two bedrooms, large deck
  • Heated floors throughout
  • 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
  • Elevator

"The Chateau Fleur de Lys, is a craftsmen European style with Quebec influence, situated on the flank on Mont Tremblant in Quebec," is how Real Estate company Engel & Völkers describes the property. "It offers a majestic panoramic view of renowned Lake Tremblant, near 17,000 square feet and is a destination in itself."

Here are some of the property's most impressive photos:

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