This urban rooftop features one of New York City's greatest views of the Hudson River, Brooklyn Bridge, and Manhattan.
Built in 1886, this California Wine Country Farmhouse is the oldest farmhouse in Ballard, California. With one bedroom upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs along with a living room, dining room, foyer and full bath downstairs, this country home oozes charms.
This beautiful Mid-Century Home in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of the greatest example of the true mid-century architecture remaining in Greater Atlanta.
Shaver On The Park is a traditional style home in Portland, Oregon, featuring fiber cement exterior, side entry porch, large front windows, and private front porch.
Doodle Run Ranch is a 5,000-sf luxury guest ranch that sits on 1,400 acres of private land in Utah's gorgeous Uinta Mountain Range.
Nova Scotia's Halifax is a film-friendly city and and community. The city center features a charming blend of architecture that includes unique buildings such as the Halifax Convention Centre, the Halifax Central Library (voted one of the top 10 best libraries in the world), and the Summit Building.
Built circa 1890 and now available for filming, this unique historical home in Acadia is located near the Acadian Village in Caraquet, in the ''Baie de Saint-Simon'' of the Acadian Peninsula.
Blind Buck Valley Farmstead is a fully restored 18th century farm house on 180-acre property in tranquil upstate New York. Located just 3.5 hours from New York City and under 45 minutes from Saratoga Springs, New York, and Manchester, Vermont, Blind Buck Valley Farmstead is available to filmmakers as a film location.