Take a look inside Regina George's 'Mean Girls' mansion listed for $14.8 million

TORONTO --  The house where "Mean Girls" villain Regina George and her family lived is now on sale for $14.8 million. So fetch!

Located at 11 High Point Road in Toronto, Canada, the 20,000 square-foot NeoClassical Solid Stone Estate sits on a private 2 acre property. It includes 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two half bathrooms and a garage for six cars, according to the Sothby's listing. 

The grand entrance features Italian marble and coffered ceilings, a "sweeping Scarlett O'Hara staircase" and balcony overlooking the 20-foot cathedral ceiling in the great room. The open concept kitchen features Poggenpohl cabinetry, quartz countertops and Wolf appliances. "Mean Girls" fans will recognize the kitchen from the scene where Regina's "cool mom," played by Amy Poehler, decided to make her daughter and her friends "a hump day treat!"

Watch the "Mean Girls" clip below to see shots of the home from the movie. In addition to the kitchen, see if you can spot the front of the home, the stairway, the living room and the master bedroom (which of course, is Regina's room in the movie):