The 'Schitt's Creek' Mansion Is Up for Sale

The Toronto home from the pilot episode costs $15 million
The 'Schitt's Creek' Mansion Is Up for Sale
Looking to buy up some Schitt's Creek real estate? The show's Rosebud Motel went on sale back in the fall, and now the Rose family's mansion is also on the market.

The mansion in question is the one the Rose family lived in for the show's pilot episode, way back in 2015. In that episode, the family lost their fortune and were forced out of the home, leading them to relocate to the titular town of Schitt's Creek.

In real life, that mansion is located in Toronto's North York district, at 15 Fifeshire Road. It' has 16 bathrooms and 12 bedrooms (or 14 bedrooms, depending on where in the listing you read), and includes a banquet hall, home theatre, wine cellar, billiards room, fitness centre, sauna and indoor swimming pool. All that will cost you just shy of $15 million. It was previously on the market for nearly $22 million back in 2018, and the price has since been dropped.

Real estate broker Khoren Mardoyan has the palatial property listed at Realtor.ca, where you can take a virtual tour. See the home in the original Schitt's Creek trailer below.

Schitt's Creek star Dan Levy hosted a pretty good episode of SNL this past weekend.