Chad Kroeger's former Abbotsford mansion for sale

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      If you’ve ever wanted to live like a rockstar, now is your chance.

      An Abbotsford mansion that once belonged to Chad Kroeger, the frontman of Canadian rock band Nickelback, is up for sale. The price tag for the 20,135 square-foot abode? A cool $8.9 million (which is about 179,600,000 nickels if you’re wondering).

      According to its online listing, the 24-year-old house at 30709 North Burgess Avenue includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

      “The home had a major addition/renovation with only the finest materials and features money can buy,” reads the property description. “This home is the epitome of luxury and design with far too many features to list.”

      Some of these features include an indoor hockey rink, an indoor and outdoor pool, a barn, a separate guest house, and covered parking for up to 10 cars.

      This monstrous garage may have once housed Kroeger’s Lamborghini, which the 39-year-old rock star was driving when he was caught and convicted of drunk driving back in 2006.

      Seven years later, Kroeger—who hails from Hanna, Alberta—married the pride of Napanee, Ontario, Avril Lavigne. The musicians wed in the South of France on Canada Day, and performed on stage together in Vancouver in 2013.

      Get a tour of the home from Kroeger himself on the episode of MTV's Cribs below. Be warned: you will have to endure some of Nickelback's music during the video.

      Chad Kroeger and his Abbotsford home on MTV's Cribs.