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Toronto Mansion Featured In First Episode Of Schitt’s Creek Hits The Market For $15 Million

Fans of “Schitt’s Creek,” hello! We have a deal for you if you have $15 million laying around and are unsure of what to do with it. The mansion from the opening scene of the well-known sitcom is currently on the market for $14.98 million.



The Toronto mansion is decorated in such an opulent, over the top way, it’s clear why it was the perfect location to illustrate the former wealth of the Rose family. The ceiling frescos in the home were influenced by the Sistine Chapel. Gray limestone with carvings makes up the exterior. The estate is more than 24,000 square feet and features 14 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. It was constructed in 2012 in Toronto’s posh St. Andrew-Winfields district.

The expansive kitchen has cross-hatched white and brown marble floors. A sizable island in the kitchen is perfect for setting out dishes or preparing meals while entertaining. The neighboring dining room has a large chandelier, a ceiling fresco of angels, floor to ceiling windows that let in tons of natural light. A nice place to read a book is the office area. There are several fireplaces throughout the house as well. While maintaining the French character of the property, the 16 bathrooms also have modern fixtures and chic bowl sinks.

When the Covid-19 epidemic permits gatherings once more, the home’s own banquet space is perfect for hosting events. Comparatively speaking to the remainder of the house, the dinner hall is contemporary. There is sufficient space to set up a bandstand or DJ booth and yet have room for dancing. The estate also has a screening room and a rec room with space for exercise equipment and a pool table.

Eugene and Dan Levy, a father and son team, are the authors of “Schitt’s Creek.” From January 13, 2015, to April 7, 2020, it aired on CBC Television for six seasons and a total of 80 episodes. The last season of the show won each of the seven main comedy prizes at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2020. Dan Levy won Outstanding Comedy Series, writing for a comedy, and directing for a comedy series. It was the first time any series won all seven trophies. Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, and Supporting Actress were all given to it. Additionally nominated for every 2021 Golden Globes category that “Schitt’s Creek” qualified for was. The show is nominated for best musical or comedy series, Catherine O’Hara is nominated for Best Actress, Eugene Levy is nominated for Best Actor, Dan Levy is nominated for Best Supporting Actor, and Annie Murphy is nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series, or TV Movie.

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