It now costs a lot more to live like the Rose family. The Schitt’s Creek mansion for sale in Toronto‘s St. Andrew-Windfields neighbourhood has a new price tag that would make Johnny Rose’s jaw drop.
The luxurious “European chateau” hit the market for $15 million back in February — now, the homeowner has upped the price to a whopping $21,888,000 CAD, a whole $6.8 million more than before.
You’ll recognize the mansion from the pilot episode of Schitt’s Creek. It’s the place where the Rose family lived before they lost everything and had to move to, in Moira’s words, “the slice of paradise I like to call… the town where I currently am.”
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The 24,000 sq ft home has 12 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a “Sistine Chapel inspired” grand entranceway with a dome ceiling and a banquet hall that can accommodate 150 guests. Plus, a 4 story elevator, billiards room, home theatre, as well as indoor and outdoor saltwater swimming pools. Dang, we see why the Roses were so upset about their move now.
With all of its amenities, this opulent home seems to be worth every penny. But, the reason for the massive price-hike definitely has us curious, so we reached out to the brokerage for comment. We’ll update the story when we hear back.
There’s no question that $21.8 million is an absurd amount of money, but compared to Canada’s most expensive mansion for sale, you’d be getting a bargain on this TV-famous home.
This isn’t the only home for sale in Toronto right now with a fascinating backstory. Gord Downie’s rockstar-worthy former home is on the market in Rosedale for $6 million.
You can take a look inside the Rose family mansion in all of its glory here and decide for yourself whether it’s worth a few extra million.