Well, another famous person has decided to part ways with Quebec. The NHL superstar recently put his house in Mont-Tremblant up for sale, and you're going to have a hard time wrapping your head around how big it really is.
The market price is pretty hefty at $22 million, so you have to assume this place is probably one of the best you can find in the province. It's seriously so nice that you'd think it would qualify for full-time residency, rather than just the once-in-awhile visit during Summer months.
The place is LITERALLY called a castle, with eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms you can totally understand why. I mean, imagine each person in your family having their own private bathroom?! It truly does sound like royalty.
The Penguins owner purchased the land the chalet is on way back in 2007, and had it built exactly to his preferences. The giant house is both historical and luxurious, so there's seriously nothing that isn't perfect with it.
Not only does the outside look like an upscale cottage on steroids (which is totally does), but the inside of this mansion is seriously jaw-dropping. It only gets better, the lucky person who ends up buying the place will also receive the two-bedroom guest house right next door. You can invite over everyone you know and still have room for more!
The mansion has over 50 rooms, which means you could totally have the most ultimate hide-and-seek game ever created. When your game is over (which it probably wouldn't be for years) you can literally spend days exploring the rest of the property and still have more to see!
Of course, this is all only possible if you're a multi-millionaire. It's still really nice to imagine what it would be like though. The mansion already has a ton of interest in it, so it'll be exciting to see if another celebrity decides to move in sometime soon.
To see the tons of other photos of Mario Lemieux's summer mansion, click HERE.