The Toronto megamansion featured in the opening scenes of the hit TV series "Schitt's Creek" is on sale for nearly $15 million.
The three-story mansion was designed by its owner, a Toronto-based developer, Van Lapoyan, who was inspired by French architecture. The property took five years to design and was completed in July of 2013, according to Lapoyan's attorney, Robert Freedman.
The property is situated in one of Toronto's most exclusive neighborhoods, called St. Andrew Winfields. Amenities at the estate include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a home theater, a wine cellar and a gym with a golf simulator and a sauna.
Freedman tells CNBC Make It that the property appeared in the debut episode of "Schitt's Creek" and in a Christmas flashback episode that aired in season 5.
Take a look inside.
The foyer features a large marble staircase, carved limestone and frescoes inspired the Sistine Chapel, according to the listing.
A gourmet kitchen that opens to a private patio.
The kitchen also connects to the formal dining room.
The property has a total of 16 bathrooms.
There is also a large office located on the first floor.
Downstairs is a banquet hall for entertaining.
Correction: This story has been revised with Van Lapoyan correcting that the mansion is on sale for $15 million USD.