Mansion where ‘The Boys’ filmed and The Rolling Stones stayed for sale for $8.9 million in Mississauga


Published February 10, 2023 at 11:42 am

If you have deep pockets and want a truly one-of-a-kind house, you might be interested in this unique house on Doulton Drive in Mississauga. 

The home, located at 2350 Doulton Drive and listed at $8,995,000, boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms and enough parking spaces for 18 vehicles. 

The listing says the house’s aesthetic was inspired by the works of famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who is probably best known for the spectacular Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania.

If you’re not an architecture aficionado but think the house looks very familiar, that might be because it appeared in an episode of the hit Amazon series The Boys.

In the aforementioned episode, the Boys and Homelander crash a superpowered orgy at the house that was fittingly dubbed “Herogasm.”

The home was also frequently used by the Rolling Stones as a crash pad in the 1970s.

According to the listing, the home sits on a “sun-drenched” 2.3-acre ravine lot overlooking the Credit River and offers 10,000 square feet of living space. 

As for the interior, the home boasts modern octagon-shaped rooms, skylights, a nanny suite, three living areas, an office/den and five fireplaces. 

The house also offers a luxurious indoor swimming pool. 

According to the listing, the home has hit the market a few times between 2010 and now. It was first listed at $8.9 million in January 2010 and has been re-listed a number of times since. In 2013, it was listed at $5.9 million–the lowest list price recorded.

 The current listing has been only active for four days. 

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