Schitt’s Creek isn’t typically a show that inspires mood boards of chic decor and smart interior design, since much of the Emmy-sweeping TV show takes place in a run-down motel in the middle of nowhere in Ontario. But before the Rose family’s lives went into free fall, they lived in a stunning mansion in Toronto, and that real-life home was recently put on the market for $14.98 million in Canadian dollars (about $11.79 million USD).
The home, known as La Belle Maison, spans 24,000 square feet across its three floors. It includes 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, plus an eight-seat home theater, massive gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, billiard room, sauna, and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Perhaps the most jaw-dropping feature of the home is its foyer, which features an arched ceiling covered in Sistine Chapel–inspired frescoes, as well as a grand marble staircase leading up to second-floor walkways filled with ornately framed artworks and lined with gleaming marble balustrades overlooking the entryway below.
The mansion was custom-built in 2012 and is situated in Toronto’s tony St. Andrew-Windfields neighborhood. It has been listed for sale several times in recent years, originally asking nearly $22 million in Canadian dollars (about $17 million) in late 2018 before gradually dropping to its current price at the end of January.
If that’s a little out of your price range and decorating style, fear not: The Roses’ other home was also recently put up for sale. The 10-unit Hockley Motel, which sits on 6.7 acres in Mono, Ontario, was listed in late November for about $1.6 million—Rosebud Motel sign not included.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest