This Toronto mansion, which was seen in the 2004 hit ‘Mean Girls’, is on the market (Photo: Sotheby’s)
By Hilary Lewis
“—Wow, your house is really nice.
—I know, right?”
You can recreate this Mean Girls exchange if you purchase the mansion that served as the home of Rachel McAdams’ queen bee Regina George.
The Toronto property, the front of which was used as the exterior of Regina’s house, is on the market for $14.8 million.
The 20,000-square-foot, solid-stone mansion sits on a two-acre lot and contains six and a half bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two half bathrooms, tennis courts, a pool, a guest house, heated floors and a wine cellar, because if you’re going to drink, Regina’s mom would rather you do it in the house.
Rachel McAdams as Regina George in ‘Mean Girls.’
The luxurious home also features a two story grand entrance with Italian marble that leads to a Scarlett O'Hara staircase and Juliette balcony overlooking the 20-foot cathedral ceiling in the great room. Most rooms feature 10-foot ceilings. The master bedroom has a private sitting room and fireplace for the parents, or their spoiled teenage daughter if she makes them trade rooms with her.
The house also has two more fireplaces, a spa, billiards room, exercise room, library, private elevator, security system, three-car garage and a total of 15 parking spaces.
Overall, Gretchen Wieners would probably say the estate is “so fetch.” And if you act really fast, you might be able to move in by Oct. 3.
Check out more info on the house, including a plethora of photos, on the Sotheby’s International Realty Canada listing page.
And watch a Mean Girls scenes set in Regina’s home in the video below.