And your movie-loving clients can have it for $14.8 million.
But the fact that a handful of Mean Girls scenes were filmed there isn’t the property’s only draw. The 20,000-square foot residence is constructed of solid stone and occupies a two-acre lot. The two-storey marble-clad grand entrance leads to a “Scarlett O’Hara” staircase, while the Kitchen and breakfast room are outfitted with Poggenpohl cabinetry, quartz countertops and Wolf appliances.
More importantly, the master bedroom – which Regina George made her parents give up for her – features a private sitting room, master dressing room, a six-piece en-suite bathroom and fireplace, with views overlooking the garden. A separate second-floor bedroom wing houses another four bedrooms, and a third-storey loft space adds additional living quarters.
There’s also an entertainment room, wine cellar, wet bar, spa, separate nanny or staff quarters, an oversized pool, regulation-size tennis court, a six-car garage and a separate 1,000-square foot coach house.
As Gretchen Wieners would say, it’s pretty fetch.
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Many agents might know it as 11 High Point Road in Toronto’s prestigious Bridle Path neighbourhood, but many, many more will know it as Regina George’s house in the cult-classic,