And, as a bonus, you get to be Derek Jeter's neighbor. The retired Yankee great lives just three doors down in his monstrous St. Jetersburg manse.
Lecavalier, who helped the Tampa Bay Lightning win a Stanley Cup championship in 2004, had his contract bought out by the Lightning in 2013. Soon after, Lecavalier went north and signed a five-year contract with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Now, with his work address in Philly and a home in Montreal, Lecavalier has finally decided to part with his Davis Island mansion for $4,450,000.
“It’s a Mediterranean-style home, which is really popular on Davis Islands,” said listing agent Allan Mezrah. “People like the old Spanish fort look, and it looks like Don Quixote is going to walk out of the building."
The 7,636 square feet home sits on a 0.3-acre lot and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The house has its share of amenities, too, such as a climate-controlled wine room, home theater, and workout room.
Best of all might be the cool man cave you can se in this video below:
The taxes alone will run you about $13,000 a year. But hey. You can cut costs by going over and borrowing a cup of sugar from The Captain all year round now.