Did the news of P.K. Subban’s trade to the Nashville Predators leave you in a sad, dark place? Well, buck up. For just $1.4 million, you can move into a light and spacious Montreal flat, complete with all the leftover Subban vibes you could ever want.
The former Habs defenceman’s sleek Ville-Marie condo is on the market, and there’s no better way to prove your ultimate fandom than moving right in. It doesn’t hurt that the nearly 1,900 square-foot home is a killer mix of sophistication and manly minimalism.
Don’t expect to find any sports memorabilia or remnants of a locker room here. Clean lines, stained hardwood floors and marble details fill the home, ensuring it feels more grown man than frat house jock.
Located in the Acadia Apartments building in the heart of downtown, the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom pad is all class from the bottom up.
The entire condo feels bright and open, with white walls and large windows allowing in tons of natural light. The home’s only darker tones are in the larger-than-life kitchen.
A chic, welcome contrast from the rest of the apartment, it comes complete with a breakfast bar, perfect for taking in those protein-heavy meals on game day.
We’re wondering if maybe these sheets were an impulse buy after the trade. Here’s hoping he brings his love of Canada down to Nashville.
If at any point you’re thinking that this place is lacking anything that really says “P.K. Subban, coolest guy in the NHL, lives here,” you’d almost be right. Until, of course, you wander into the master bedroom’s walk-in closet.
Sorry, Subban’s sweet furs and fedoras probably aren’t included in the sale.