The famous megamansion from “Schitt’s Creek” has a for sale sign in the yard … and you can live like the TV family used to, if you’ve got some pretty deep pockets.
The mansion used in the TV series is back on the market for a cool $15 million … which buys you 12 bedrooms and 24,000 square feet of lavish living.
The estate, known as the La Belle Maison, is tricked out with a home theater, gym, billiard room, wine cellar, sauna, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, plus a game room with a golf simulator.
The three-story home, tucked in Toronto’s ritzy St. Andrew-Winfields neighborhood, is designed with marble stairs, carved limestone, fancy balconies and a bunch of frescoes that make you feel like you’re in the Sistine Chapel.
There’s also a gourmet kitchen that opens to a private patio, plus a formal dining room and a double reception room. The home is listed by Khoren Mardoyan at HomeLife/Vision Realty Brokerage.
The mansion was used in the opening scenes of “Schitt’s Creek” and it’s where the Rose family was balling out before ending up in a small town motel.