Regina George’s Mansion from ‘Mean Girls’ Reduced to $12.8-Million (PHOTOS)
11 High Point Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“Get in loser. We’re going shopping.” That’s exactly what you’ll be doing once you purchase the home of mean girl Regina George from the 2004 film Mean Girls. The luxe residence came on the market in May of this year with a list price of $14.8-million. It seems Toronto’s market is just a little cooler than Vancouver’s, as the home has just been reduced to $12.8-million. Behind the gates of the private Bridle Path estate is a mammoth NeoClassical stone residence with approximately 20,000 square feet of space and 11 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms. A two-storey grand entrance graced with Italian marble and coffered ceilings leads to a sweeping staircase & balcony overlooking the 20-foot cathedral ceiling in the great room. It’s a home fit for royalty, or at least the meanest of the mean girls. In the film Caty, played by Lindsay Lohan, says, “This is your room?” Regina, played by Rachel McAdams, replies, “It was my parents room, but I made them trade me.” The real master suite is described as an oasis of solitude with private sitting room & fireplace, views overlooking the gardens, a large dressing room, and massive ensuite. Global News reported that Mean Girls wasn’t this homes only claim to fame. William Shatner filmed a commercial in the grand-scale entry, and Martha Stewart shot a cooking segment in the kitchen. It’s listed with Sotheby’s International Realty for the newly discounted price of $12.8-million.