122 West Fort Dade, Brooksville, FL 34601


The Weeks House is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind 1882 Florida Victorian home now available for film and television production use. Located in historic Brooksville, Florida, the house has been meticulously restored from top to bottom – including the addition of a garden area, pathway, and driveway - all finished in stone pavers chosen to complement the home. This 2,055-sf, 3-bedroom home features some of the original wood slatted walls and ceilings and is decorated and painted in the proper styles and colors appropriate for the late 1800's era. The overall feel of the house is "Primitive Victorian" which includes all hardwood floors - some painted, large windows and unusually high ceilings throughout.

Built primarily of "heart of pine" by sawmill owner G.Gordy in 1882, the house is known locally as the "Old Yellow House" or "The Weeks House" named after the Weeks family who purchased the house from Mr. Gordy and who lived in it for many generations. Conveniently located across the street from the home is a large, mostly empty and easily accessible parking lot, perfect for production trailers and vehicles. 

Even though The Weeks House is not yet included in the national list of "Historic Places," it has been featured in numerous articles and in film over the years, and is ready for your next film project. Book a visit today.