Let's start with this: This is not a fixer-upper that you can pick up for a song. The former Detroit Red Wings superstar's Bloomfield Hills home is a custom built paradise, complete with all the amenities, including one that may or may not surprise you.

Former Detroit Red Wing Pavel Datsyuk is introduced during the NHL 100 presented by GEICO Show as part of the 2017 NHL All-Star Weekend at the Microsoft Theater on January 27, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Yes, it has bedrooms, kitchen, several bathrooms, all those. (The Detroit Free-Press says about the master bathroom: "The owners’ bath is — you guessed it — lacquered zebra wood, granite and porcelain tile. It has a vanity table, two cabinets with sinks and his-and-her toilet rooms." Here's a video of what's inside the home.

But it also comes with a panic room. A what? Panic rooms sound like a fairly recent development. By definition (via wikipedia) it's a "fortified room that is installed in a private residence or business to provide a safe shelter, or hiding place, for the inhabitants in the event of a break in, home invasion, tornado, terror attack, or other threat. Safe rooms usually contain communications equipment, so that law enforcement authorities can be contacted." When you're a multi-millionaire superstar athlete and from a former Communist country, I guess it comes with the territory.

The rest of the house is nice. Five bedrooms, nice bathrooms (full and half), The Free-Press says Datsyuk put about $10,000,000 into it, so the near $5 million dollar price tag really does suggest this is a steal at that price.