Image from Sotheby's International Realty, Canada

If anyone out there, at long last, finally wants to make “fetch” happen, soon there could be no one around to stop you. According to Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, the mansion from Mean Girls in which the George family lived is up for sale. But, to answer your inevitable follow-up question, no, the young child dancing to Kelis’ “Milkshake” is not included, because that would be slavery, not to mention you’re referencing a fictional scene in a movie from a decade ago.

The roughly 20,000 square foot residence is situated on a two-acre property, the better to keep anyone from hearing you practice your “Jingle Bell Rock” routine. (You are practicing the dance number from the movie because you are a weirdo who bought a house solely because it was in the movie Mean Girls, so don’t protest. You wanted this.) The 10-foot-high ceilings, Scarlett O’Hara staircase, and French doors opening out onto the terrace will convey exactly the feeling of déjà vu upon which your guests will remark, while you quiver excitedly, waiting to yell out that it’s because you live in Regina George’s house.


There’s even a 1,000 square foot separate coach house for “the help,” so that you can compare notes with Paula Deen about the invaluable benefits conferred by such an arrangement. All you need in exchange for living in cinematic history is a cool $14.8 million. Perhaps you can make some of that back renting out the foyer for the “spiritual sequel,” Mean Moms. Jennifer Aniston would probably love to hear you shout “You go, Glen Coco!” while showing off your “cool mom” credentials. But again: stay away from the Kelis recreations. Some things are best left in the past.