Schitt’s Creek’s Toronto mansion up for sale for nearly $22 million

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If you’ve seen the now iconic Canadian show Shit’s Creek, you probably remember the extravagant mansion the Rose family once called home.

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Now, the 24,000-square-foot Toronto residence with 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms is up for sale for a price of approximately $22 million.

Known as La Belle Maison and located at 30 Fifshire Road in Toronto’s exclusive St Andrews-Windfields neighborhood, the residence was built less than a decade ago. It has a Sistine Chapel-inspired formal entryway, a family room with an aquarium, and a banquet hall that can accommodate up to 150 people.

The 24,000-square-foot Toronto residence had 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.

“The property is very unique because it has this artisanal, authentic European aesthetic, but meets 21st-century modern home,” said Daniel Milstein, who is working with the Aaron Kirman Group in Beverly Hills, Calif., in Exclusive Listing to market. In collaboration with Toronto Broker

“It incorporates a true European palace estate in a contemporary setting in the city,” he said.

and impressive grounds, as well as indoor and outdoor saltwater swimming pools.
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While watching the Emmy-award-winning series created by Eugene and Dan Levy (who also star in the show), you missed the four-story elevator, wine-cellar, indoor and outdoor saltwater swimming pools, and 14 parking spaces Will happen. The hot circular walkway of the mansion.

The residence is featured during the pilot episode of the series, when the once uber-rich Rose family goes bankrupt after their business manager steals their money. With nowhere else to go, they leave their lavish mansion behind and move to a town called Shit’s Creek.

It also has a four-story elevator, wine-cellar, and 14 parking spaces in the mansion's heated circular driveway.

Listed three weeks ago, this is not the first time the property has recently gone up for sale. However, according to Milstian, its current price reflects demand in the luxury space.

“There has been a price jump over the past year and there are many factors where the price has come down, but this is where we believe the price is today,” he said, adding that although he has seen interest in the property, no offer hasn’t been officially brought to the table yet.

Katherine O'Hara, from left, Annie Murphy, Eugene Levy and Danielle Levy in Season 6 of Schitt's Creek.
Irelyne Lavery is a Toronto-based staff reporter for the Star. Reach him via email: [email protected]

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