Here’s a hump day treat — the 20,000 square foot mansion used in the movie Mean Girls as Regina George’s house is currently on the market in the Bridle Path neighbourhood of Toronto.
The Neoclassical solid stone estate is listed at $14.8 million and includes six bedrooms and fourteen bathrooms. It sits on two acres of land and the entrance still boasts the water sculpture featured in the quotable cult classic.
The two-storey grand entrance is clad in Italian marble and characterized by custom coffered ceilings. The dual staircase leads up to a Juliette balcony overlooking the great room, which features 20 foot cathedral ceilings.
The kitchen, where “cool mom” Amy Poehler once prepared non-alcoholic Happy Hour cocktails, has Poggenpohl cabinetry, quartz countertops and Wolf appliances.
Regina’s room, otherwise known as the master bedroom, is on the second floor and boasts a private sitting room, fireplace, dressing room and a six-piece ensuite with marble countertops and heated flooring. There are four other bedrooms on that level, plus a third floor loft. The lower level is well-equipped for entertaining, with a wine cellar, billiards table, wet bar, spa and staff quarters.
Outside, the circular driveway leads into a garage that holds six cars. There’s also an oversized swimming pool, tennis court and a separate stone coach house with 1,000 square feet of additional living space.
The mansion, located at 11 High Point Road, was listed with Sotheby’s International Realty earlier this week.