Mario Lemieux, Canadian born hockey superstar and now the owner of the Pittsburg Penguins, has just put his Quebec home up on the market. To call it a home is a bit of an understatement though with its 50 rooms and super extravagant decor, the home is really more of a castle.\nThe former NHL player listed his castle in Mont Tremblant recently for a whopping $22 million.\n@mariolemieuxfdnembedded via\nVia evcanada\nVia evcanada\nThe castle, which was just built in 2012, has amazing views of Lake Tremblant and is right by the slopes, but that's not all it has. The home features eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, at least two kitchens, a pool, home theatre, and 17 fireplaces.\nThe listing also boasts that it has heated floors, 12-foot ceilings, and five washers and dryers so you never have to wait to do laundry.\nVia evcanada\nVia evcanada\nWhile the house is super extravagant, and $22 million is a high price tag, Lemieux's castle isn't the most expensive house on the Canadian market right now. That title goes to a condo (yes a condo) in Vancouver that is listed for $38 million.\nVia Malcolm Hasman\nThe penthouse condo sits at the top of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel and has amazing views of the harbour and the mountains. Unlike Lemieux's castle though, this condo is on the smaller side and features only four bedrooms and four bathrooms.\nVia Malcolm Hasman\nBoth the homes are listed on Luxury real estate sites, with Lemieux's castle listed with Engel and Volkers, while the Vancouver condo is listed through Malcolm Hasman.