Fancy owning a piece of teen movie history? Well if you’ve got the cash you could become the proud owner of Regina George’s actual Mean Girls mansion, how fetch does that sound? The only problem is, it'll set you back a cool $14.8 million.

Rachel McAdamsRachel McAdams played Regina George in the 2004 movie.

The Toronto mansion features in the 2004 movie as the home of The Plastics’ queen Regina George, who occupied the 20,000 square foot estate with her ‘cool’ mom and little sister. The property is being sold by Sotheby's International Realty, who describe it as ’an architectural beauty of impeccable standard’.

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But what does $14.8 million get you these days? Well situated on a private 2 acre estate, the mansion ‘offers a lifestyle of luxury and privacy on the most exclusive street in the prestigious Bridle Path’, according to the Sotheby’s listing. Inside the mansion you’ll find a massive entertainment room, wine cellar, tennis court, and even a spa.

There’s also 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a six car garage and separate living space for your nanny or household staff. But the most impressive feature of the property is what’s described as a Scarlett O’Hara staircase, leading to a lavish Juliette balcony. Eagle eyed Mean Girls fans will also be pleased to know that the waterfall statue as featured in the film still stands at the front of the property.

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So what do you think, is Regina George’s pad really worth $14.8 million? It’s going to have to be one very rich Mean Girls fan who snaps this one up (or sadly what's more likely, some millionaire who doesn't even know what fetch means).