Mario Lemieux’s New Home in Mont-Tremblant

Mario Lexieux is now the proud owner of a brand new home in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. The location, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) northwest of Montreal, is a high-end ski resort town where the Lemieux mansion will fit right in.

Lemieux’s new home is a Swiss castle style mansion. Construction began in 2009, and three years later the 15,000 square foot home was complete. Inside the mansion, Lemieux and his family can visit one of 23 different rooms, or 10 different bathrooms.

The $20 million Swiss castle home is primarily constructed of stone and wood, and has many great features. It has a three car carage, and an additional two car garage, which provides plenty of room for storing vehicles. The property also features an in-ground pool and a tennis court with heated floor. Additionally, it is located within close proximity to golf courses and the ski hills in Mont-Tremblant.

While a mansion like this may be more than any six person family may need, it will not be the Lemieux’s primary residence. Mario and his family still have a home close to Pittsburgh which will remain their primary residence, especially during the NHL season.

According to QMI Agency, a Canadian press agency, Lemieux didn’t have much to say about taking ownership of his new home. “It’s not the time to talk about my personal affairs,” he told the agency through a spokesman with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

What do you think of Lemieux’s new home in Mont-Tremblant? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Mario Lemieux Mont-Tremblant Home


  1. Good for Mario…he deserves it. He saved hockey in Pittsburgh at least 3 different times and provided my friends and I memories that will last a lifetime. Could not be happier for him…unless he invited me over for a tour…then I’d be happy for me.

  2. I absolutely love his new house! It is the biggest mansion ive ever seen and he absolutely deserves it. After all, he is like the greatest hockey player.

  3. A great home for a great man! Saved hockey in The Burgh and did wonderful things for Cancer patients not to mention so many awesome hockey moments! Love him always! 66 forever

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