The famous Schitt’s Creek home is up for sale, and could be yours for a cool $21.888 million.
Everyone loves the award-winning show Schitt’s Creek, and it’s winning over even more fans since it became available to view on Netflix.
The show’s mega-wealthy Rose family famously suffer a fall from grace, forcing them to live in a motel for most of the series. But before settling in the small town of Schitt’s Creek, they lived in the most opulent mansion imaginable.
In the first episode and during flashbacks, we get a taste of the kind of home Moira, John, David and Alexis had been used to in the years prior to their financial ruin. And it really is quite something.
Now the house, a 17th-century, French-inspired mansion in Toronto’s St. Andrews-Windfields area, is for sale. So we can sneak a peek inside and check out the interior style.
Known as “La Belle Maison”, the fourteen-bed, sixteen-bath, 24,000-square-foot home sits on half an acre of landscaped grounds. The gardens include classical sculptures, bronze and stone fountains and a saltwater swimming pool. Plus there is a heated stone driveway with space for 14 cars.
And if that wasn’t lavish enough, the double-arched entryway opens onto a spectacular tribute to the Sistine Chapel. It serves as the residence’s foyer with domed ceilings, stained glass, intricate motifs, a marble staircase and Michelangelo-inspired frescos. Wow.
Of course there’s also an indoor pool, home cinema, billiards room, professional chef’s kitchen, aquarium, wine cellar and a four-story elevator.
And it could all be yours for just $21.888 Canadian Dollars!
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