Dubbed a “killer mix of sophistication and manly minimalism” by a Sharp Magazine
report, Subban’s erstwhile condo unit in the Acadia Apartments complex measures almost 1,900 square feet, a spacious property by any standard.
In addition, the flat boasts of an elegant and uncluttered design that prominently features marble components and stained hardwood floors, along with a breakfast bar and an expansive galley.
“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,” Bianca Teixeira of Sharp
A notable inclusion is a truly massive walk-in closet, capable of accommodating dozens of articles of clothing and footwear, in the master bedroom.
Subban has recently departed Montreal to join the Nashville Predators as a defenceman. Prior to the transfer, he played with the Montreal Canadiens ever since his first pro season in 2009.
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Canadian ice hockey professional P.K. Subban’s 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom flat in downtown Montreal recently went up for sale for a reasonable $1.4 million, considering all the perks and amenities that it comes with.