This location is being offered for film, TV, commercial, and photo shoots, not for corporate meetings or other events. Past shoots held in the home include an SNL skit featuring The Rock, an independent movie, and several episodes of Mysteries at the Museum. The house was even used once as a stand-in for Buckingham Palace! A landmarked Victorian built in 1906, this home can shape shift to suit many needs. The entry foyer, living room and dining room are dripping with original detail, including lots of woodwork, a built-in mirror, coffered ceilings in the dining room, plaster medallions, and killer floral wallpaper. Contrasting this turn-of-the-20th-century period detail, the living and dining rooms are furnished with modern industrial furniture and Turkish rugs. The kitchen is newly renovated and very spacious, and could easily stand in for a suburban kitchen, as could the bedrooms, of which there are 6. There is also a large landscaped backyard, garage, and driveway for outdoor shoots, as well as a large front porch in keeping with the Victorian architectural style. Details: 3600 square feet 6 bedrooms 3.5 baths Large kitchen Living room Formal dining room Backyard Front porch Central AC
No activity permitted before 6am (per NYC rules), and special permission must be obtained to film overnight. No smoking either inside or around the outside of the house. All cleanup must be covered by the crew and the house as well as all furniture & personal items left in the same condition it was found. Typically, all film and photo shoots that take place must give an additional donation to the Ditmas Park Association, but this is already included in the listed rental fee.