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Chavril (Chad Kroeger and Avril Lavigne) are selling their LA mansion for $8 Million

A theatre, basketball court and all the other classic 'celebrity home' features.

A theatre, basketball court and all the other classic 'celebrity home' features.

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Former Canadian power couple Chad Kroeger and Avril Lavigne got married on Canada Day in 2013 and picked up this LA mansion in Sherman Oaks for $5.4 million just two years later. They split shortly after, remaining 'the best of friends'.  

Now they are just getting around to selling the approximately 10,200 square foot mansion for a cool $7.999 million dollars, according to Variety.

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The very traditional home is actually considered somewhat modest for a couple at the top of the pop music game. It includes 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a gym, office and all the usual amenities you would find in a house of this size, spread over 3 floors of living space.

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The large master suite includes a fireplace, seating area, ginormous bathroom ensuite, and a walk-in closet for his and her neckties.

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The requisite celebrity home "theatre room" is available on the second floor, while a newly built attic space includes a pool table, bar area and a special bonus room.

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(Source: pacificunionla.com/themls.com)

Outdoors there's a detached 3 car garage, fireplace and fire pit, salt-water pool and basketball court. A perfect escape from being a part of one of the most hated bands in the world (though I'm sure he's crying all the way to the bank).

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