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Schitt’s Creek Mansion Returns to Market With Price Reduction

The 12-bedroom, 16-bathroom home may have 17th century looks, but it was built just seven years ago.

The house at 30 Fifeshire Rd. is built like a 17th century French palace.

The house at 30 Fifeshire Rd. is built like a 17th century French palace.

Source: Property Vision

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When TV location scouts want a house to suggest fabulous wealth, it’s hard to do better than one that looks like a 17th century French palace. And with its frescoed ceilings, crystal chandeliers, marble staircase, and grand domed cupola, that’s exactly the look Van Lapoyan was going for when he built his Toronto mansion.

The 24,000-square-foot residence has more than 25 film and television credits to its name, including the multi-Emmy Award- and Golden Globe-winning comedy series Schitt’s Creek, where it was glimpsed as the Rose family’s abode before they lost their fortune and were forced into the show’s eponymous rural backwater. Now Lapoyan has put his mansion up for sale with an asking price of C$19.9 million ($15.7 million).