• The property has a wine cellar. • With the benefit of hindsight, it would have been easier to write as many takeaways as millions being asked for by the seller of a much smaller house. Ad Choices, Yes, the listing price of the Hockey Hall of Famer's mansion is a nod to his retired jersey number: #66, https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/wayne-gretzkys-california-home-is-on-the-market.
Related: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/wayne-gretzkys-california-home-is-on-the-market. There’s a qualifying process to tour the castle.
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Like its current owner, this home could be dubbed The Magnificent One. Lemieux's home, or Chateau Fleur de Lys, as it is called, flanks Mont Tremblant, the highest-ranked ski resort in East North America, and overlooks Lake Tremblant.
Nat Lapointe Mario Lemieux, Hockey Hall of Famer and owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins, has listed his Quebec castle with a very pointed price tag: $21,999,066.
Mario Lemieux OC CQ (/ l ə ˈ m j uː /; French: ; born October 5, 1965) is a Canadian-American former professional ice hockey player.
The listing, like the property itself, is sizeable.
Visit our Community Guidelines for more information and details on how to adjust your email settings. Comments may take up to an hour for moderation before appearing on the site. An enterprising owner would list it on Airbnb. • In addition to a normal kitchen (and a service kitchen), there’s a “pizza kitchen,” which suggests Mario Lemieux has good taste. Designed to be a home away from home, the Lemieux Family Center lets families spend one or more nights in a private bedroom with their child where they can practice providing care on their own. • The property has 17 fireplaces, which raises the eternal question: How many fireplaces are too many?
• The majority of the castle’s rooms have 12-foot ceilings, which means they must even seem high to Lemieux’s athlete friends.
Lemieux Innovation and Research Fund at AHN Cardiovascular Institute. Part of the backyard at Mario Lemieux's Mont-Tremblant property, which is being sold for $22 million. Here’s hoping the next owner was at least prolific in little league.
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Part of the Children’s Home in Friendship, the goal of the Lemieux Family Center is to support and nurture families during the difficult process of transitioning from hospital care to life back at home.