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Lemieux's Quebec castle listing includes nod to jersey number

Asking price for Penguins co-owner's 50-room summer home is $21,999,066

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Mario Lemieux's summer house is up for sale, and the asking price is perfect.

The Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner is selling his fully furnished castle, known as The Chateau Fleur de Lys, in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, listing the 16,794-square-foot property for $21,999,066 in an apparent nod to the No. 66 he wore as a player.

Photo credit: Nat Lapointe

Lemieux's Swiss-style castle is his summer residence, and it sits on five-plus acres on Lake Tremblant, about 100 miles northwest of Montreal. The castle has 50 rooms, 17 fireplaces, eight bedrooms and there also is a two-bedroom guest house that has a large deck.

The castle is adjacent to the town's notable ski slopes, and the owner will have lake access, a tennis court and heated in-ground pool. The property also has panoramic views of both the lake and mountain.

Photo credit: Nat Lapointe

Lemieux, who won two Stanley Cup championships with the Penguins as a player and has overseen three more championships as co-owner, started construction on the property in 2009 and finished work in 2012. Though he is selling the property, Lemieux intends to remain in the Mont-Tremblant region. 

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