Regina George's 'Mean Girls' Mansion Is Up For Sale

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The house used in Mean Girls is on the market and it's only a few million shy of costing as much as the movie itself!

"Wow! Your house is really nice," Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) tells Regina George (Rachel McAdams) as they pull up to her mammoth home in the 1994 teen comedy. "I know, right!" she answers.

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The owners are asking for $14.8 million for the 20,000 square foot Toronto mansion, which served as the set for Regina George's home. The budget for Mean Girls: $17 million.

While the house doesn't come equipped with a "cool mom" such as Amy Poehler, it does feature the master bedroom that Regina commandeered as her own as well as 10 other bedrooms and 12 baths. If that wasn't enough, the house features neoclassic designs, Italian marble and grand entrances big enough for Regina’s hair.

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If you're looking for a Beverly Hills movie home and have $135 million to spare, the mansion used in Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner's 1992 romance film The Bodyguard is also up for sale.

On top of that, the woodsy South Lake Tahoe, Calif. vacation house used in the movie is on the market for $8 million. 

Which movie home suits you best?

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