Step Inside the Luxurious Mansion From Schitt's Creek, Which Just Hit the Market For £8.5M
Have a cool $15 million casually laying around? Yeah, me either, but that's not stopping me from daydreaming about owning La Belle Maison, aka the Rose family's mansion from Schitt's Creek. Located in Toronto, Ontario, the grandiose residence just hit the market for a whopping $14,980,000 (approximately £8 million), listed by agent Khoren Mardoyan of Home Life Vision Realty Inc., and whew, it's a sight to behold. Throughout Schitt's Creek's six seasons, we only catch a few glimpses at the not-so-humble abode — once in the series premiere and then a second time in the season four holiday episode — so getting a full look inside feels like an extraspecial treat. If only Moira Rose could give us a personal tour!
The three-story, 24,000-square-foot home can only be described as palatial, featuring luxurious marble staircases, gold trimmings galore, and fresco-painted ceilings inspired by the Sistine Chapel. A total of 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms are scattered throughout the property, in addition to a full gym, both indoor and outdoor pools, a wine cellar (no Herb Ertlinger fruit wine allowed, unfortunately), home theatre, library, and golf simulator (perfect for Johnny Rose's obsession with the sport). Oh, and there's also a full-on banquet hall capable of fitting up to 150 guests, which is quite ideal for the Rose family's yearly Christmas soirees of days past.
Ahead, take a closer look inside the Roses' lavish pre-Rosebud-Motel home, and prepare to have your breath taken away by the exquisite detailing.