Lighter Side: This house is so ‘fetch’

by Olivia D'Orazio22 May 2015
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, Mean Girl.

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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