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Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Wendel Clark may have been out of the hockey game for a while, but he still knows how to live the life of luxury. At least that’s what we’re assuming based on his quaint Muskoka cottage, which he’s now opened up for anyone to see.

That’s right — thanks to the power of travel website Airbnb, Clark has been able to post his Lake Rosseau property for anyone to rent… if they have some extra cash laying around that is.

The beautiful lakefront “cottage” is actually nicer than most people’s homes, and is surely better described as a “mini mansion.” It boasts 11 beds (and sleeps 15), has eight bathrooms, 10 bedrooms, four guest cottages and 200 feet of water frontage. Did we mention it also comes equipped with fishing rods, a barbecue and pool table?

No wonder it’s going for the hefty price tag of $5,000 a night — with a two-night minimum.

It’s all for a good cause at least. If you can get 14 friends and divvy up the cost down to $360 per person per night, it might even be affordable. All proceeds go to the Heart & Stroke foundation of Canada, so we’d say if you have the cash it’s worth it. Better hurry up and book it though, since it looks as though the cottage will only be available for this summer season. Be sure to follow the explicit set of rules as well, which include:

No mini sticks in the house, take it out to the yard!
Mustache trimming is allowed, shaving is not
Help yourself to anything in the fridge or cupboards, just don’t touch the Captain Crunch
Keep your head up at all times, especially on the dock
Zamboni parking is permitted
No diving (unless it’s off the dock)

“I’m really looking forward to hosting some fans and their friends at the lake, interested to see who might want to come up and enjoy it for a weekend,” Clark says.

Check out pictures of the beautiful property: