Gretchen Weiners's father may have invented Toaster Strudel, but it was Regina George who lived in a luxurious mansion in "Mean Girls," the beloved 2004 teen comedy. Now, that house is for sale -- and could fetch $14.8 million or more.
Sotheby's Canada has listed the property, located in a Toronto suburb, for the above price, though for "Mean Girls" fans, the house is truly priceless. The 20,000-square foot mansion was a stand-in for the home of the queen bee of the titular group, and hosted several key scenes in the flick, including when Regina (Rachel McAdams) shows Cady (Lindsay Lohan) the Burn Book for the first time, and Regina's clueless mother (Amy Poehler) invites the girls to enjoy "a hump day treat" and insists that she's "not like a regular mom. [She's] a cool mom."
BuzzFeed has some side-by-side comparisons of scenes from the flick and the Sotheby's listing photos, and it looks like the house -- which boasts 12 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a pool, a regulation-size tennis court, and lots and lots of marble -- has undergone some significant renovations/redecorating since Cady and co. hung out there. But when you have a chance to tread on the same (or close) tiles as the Plastics, does it really matter?
Check out more photos from the estate over at Sotheby's, and re-watch the "Mean Girls" scenes set at the house below. Fingers crossed that the home also boasts a killer sound system from which to blast Kelis's "Milkshake."
[via: Sotheby's Canada, h/t BuzzFeed]
Photo credit: Sotheby's Canada