If you live and breathe hockey, you’ll definitely want to peek inside this Ontario home that’s being dubbed “your own hockey heaven” and the “Shangri-la of fun.”
Nestled on 25 acres of land, this home located at 569593 6th Sideroad in Collingwood, Ont. is about a two-hour drive north of Toronto.
Aside from the indoor hockey rink (which we’ll get to in a minute I promise), the sprawling property features an open-concept main floor with a wood-burning fireplace and multiple walkouts.
The gourmet kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, and a glass door walk-out leading to the outdoors.
The main floor is home to a cozy primary suite, which comes with its own four-piece ensuite.
The primary bathroom features a stark white bathroom vanity, a soak-in tub with views of the wilderness, as well as a glass-door shower stall.
Upstairs, you’ll find two additional bedrooms, one of which is filled with two sets of custom bunk beds, making it the perfect spot for your little ones or guests to chill out after a tense game of hockey.
Once you’ve got plenty of rest, you can make your way across the outdoor yard to the spectacular indoor hockey rink.
The three-on-three arena features a 45 by 95-foot ice surface, and it can also be converted to a tennis court if hockey isn’t your thing.
Off to the side, there’s also a centre viewing gallery with a full pub-style bar, and kitchen, offering full access to the home bench if you want to join in on all the action.
If your hockey game has gotten a little rusty, you can drive the rink’s brand-new Olympia Zamboni or chill out in the player’s changing room instead.
After your big game, you can relax in the home’s huge steam room, or make your way to the outdoor hot tub.
The lower level of the home also boasts a cozy media room.
On the upper level, you’ll find a loft that could be an entertainment room, or be converted into another bedroom.
Lots of trails surround the home, so if you’re ever tired of hockey, you can visit the Osler Bluff Ski Club that neighbours the property.
Owning your own personal hockey arena certainly does not run cheap, and the home is currently listed on the market for $6,800,000.
You can check out the full listing here.