This beautiful California home in prime Sherman Oaks location just one block north of Ventura Boulevard is now ready for film and television productions.
Located in Downtown Los Angeles just outside of the Arts District, Hubble Studio is a 4,000+-sf space available for film and television production use. Its Stage 1 has polished concrete floors and two skylights.
Estuary at Grey Oaks is a sophisticated, classic, timeless two-story estate in Naples, Florida, available for filming. Rich with impeccable architectural details, the 8-bedroom mansion sports a soothing pallet of neutral shades contrasted with hues of rich wood. Among its many special features are a media room with built in bar, a dramatic marble staircase, a formal living room with marble floors, tray ceilings and fireplace.
Blairsden Hall, the magnificent country home of C. Ledyard Blair designed and constructed between 1897 and 1903, is now available for film and television production use. This 62,000-sf Louis XIV chateau-style mansion, located in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey, was the masterpiece of renowned architecture firm Carrère and Hastings (who designed the New York Public Library and the United States House and Senate Offices) and a favorite destination of New York City's elite during the Gilded Age.
This single family house in Woodland Hills, California, is situated on an 11,000-sf lot with four bedrooms, 2.5 baths, hardwood flooring and tiles throughout. The property is ready for filming and has many interior and exterior areas for staging, circular driveway for loading and non-restricted parking.
Built in 1978, this beautiful custom built Nantucket-inspired home is now available for use by film and television projects. With its stunning panoramic views of the Husdon Valley and Catskill Mountains, this 3,431-sf, 3-bedroom house would make a gorgeous setting for any production.
Dry Island is a private, luxurious 12-acre island on Upper Saranac Lake in Upstate New York (45 mins West of Lake Placid). The Island has hosted several national brands for shoots in the fashion, television, and film industries.
Located in the Historic Town of Red Wing, Minnesota, the St. James Hotel, opened since 1875, was the design and creation of the architectural firm E.P. Bassford. The four-story Italianate structure features handsome furnishings, Brussels carpets in the lobby and English velvet carpet in the second floor ladies’ parlor.