Former Detroit Red Wings great Pavel Datsyuk’s $4.5 million Bloomfield Twp. ‘Castle’ for sale

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.

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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

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Bedrooms:  5

Baths: 6 full, 3 half

Square feet: 7,780 on the main floors plus 4,750 well-finished in the walkout lower level.

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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. 

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