If you happen to have an extra $4.5 million sitting around, you could be the next owner of former Detroit Red Wings great, Pavel Datsyuk‘s castle.
Datsyuk's ‘castle' is located in Bloomfield Township and it includes everything you could imagine and plenty of things you could not imagine, including a secretly hidden panic room.
Here are some highlights of Datsyuk's home, via the Detroit Free Press.
Home built for a hockey player
Where: 1267 Club Drive, Bloomfield Township
How much: $4,495,000
Baths: 6 full, 3 half
Square feet: 7,780 on the main floors plus 4,750 well-finished in the walkout lower level.
Key features: Lakeside house of Red Wing star Pavel Datsyuk with architect Alexander Bogaerts is a limestone castle outside, sleek and innovative inside. It’s said that Datsyuk spend $10 million on it. Curving walls, lacquered wood, marble, granite, porcelain tile, curving glass, new roof.
Interesting fact: While living here, Datsyuk won the NHL’s Stanley Cup, Russia’s Gagarin Cup and an Olympic gold medal. He went home to Russia during the NHL’s off seasons.
Contact: Kelly Milstein, Cambridge Real Estate Advisors, 248-866-2863.