Mean Girls, was about Regina George, a teenage girl, who lived in a sprawling mansion. The luxurious Canadian mansion featured in the 2004 American teen comedy film is up in the market with Sotheby’s International Realty. Located in the high-profile neighborhood of Toronto, the 20,000 square foot mansion has been listed for $14,800,000.
Described as an epitome of luxury, the NeoClassical Solid Stone Estate on the most exclusive street in the prestigious Bridle Path features the perfect balance of grandeur and elegance. Home to 6+5 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and two half bathrooms, the elegant mansion is large and features airy rooms with 10 foot high ceilings.
Sotheby’s describes it in details by stating that two storey grand entrance graced with Italian marble and coffered ceilings leads to a sweeping Scarlett O’Hara staircase and Juliette balcony overlooking the 20 foot cathedral ceiling in the great room.It is designed to eliminate the walls between the kitchen and the breakfast room, adhering to the open concept.
Master bedroom on the second floor is an oasis of solitude with a master dressing room, a private sitting room and fireplace with all views overlooking the gardens.A second floor bedroom wing houses other bedrooms all with marble ensuites for private living and third floor loft provides enjoyable living space. Entertainment room, wine cellar and wet bar, spa and separate living space for nanny or staff quarters can be found on the lower level. Fitness freaks can burn out their calories at an oversized pool and play a game at the tennis court outside the mansion.A stunning statue and water fountain display magnificent day and night effect.The two acre property also comes with a six-car garage.11 High Point Road,