Albert Butler House

2850 Galsworthy Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The 1963 Albert Butler House in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is the exemplar of high Mid-Century Modern style. Designed by Addison Mizner protégé Byron Simonson (designer of the Colony Hotel and the now defunct Coquille Club, Palm Beach), the house is 7500-sf of glam ready for filming. Some of the spectacular features of the Albert Butler House are crotched mahogany walls, carved wall divider screens, inverted ship’s prow cypress ceilings with quatrefoil skylights, indoor and outdoor soaring green marble and quartz walls, coromandel screen custom fitted around a stainless fireplace, hand-pegged diagonal wood floors, octagonal dining room in Tiffany blue with bespoke starburst chandelier, convex ceiling and hand poured plaster moldings, ceiling-to-floor circus stripe curtains, carved teak double front doors, and turquoise and malachite kitchen with colored stove, hood and wall oven. This gorgeous property makes a perfect film location with its extra-high ceilings, 600 amp service, whole house generator, large truck parking in both driveways. Contact the location today to book it for your next film or television production.