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We have a unique, rustic one large room 1900's Log Cabin that is perfect for your next film or photoshoot. The cabin was originally built as a hunting cabin when Seattle was young and houses were not yet built in north Seattle. It's the real deal and includes a moose head that the early folks hunted. The indoor space comes unfurnished. Great for movie shoots, photography, creative meetings, special historical events, and more. The indoor space is 200 SF, and can comfortably fit 8 people.
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Shaina E. booked a photoshoot for 2 people
I overslept and missed my scheduled time, but they were very kind and accommodating in allowing me to come at a later time today. The place was perfect and just as described! highly recommend.
Shawn C. booked a photo shoot for 2 people
Space was as described. Host was very gracious and flexible in dealing with several changes of date and time of shoot. Would certainly consider using this space again.
Daniel C. booked a video shoot for 2 people
Lou was great to work with! Super kind, amenable, and flexible. The location was private and perfect for our photo/video shoot, and the setting was warm. I booked from 5-8pm in late May, so there was a lot of direct setting sunlight shining into the large window. This gave the cabin a warm and earthy feel, the wood giving off hints of red glow and the lush green plants giving a green hue from the side windows. It's a beautiful location for personal projects.
Bryant O. booked a production for 10 people
It’s perfect for that old cabin feel. I shot a scene for my film there. Lou is awesome and helped wherever he could prior to the shoot. I would film here again in the future.
Chris N. booked a video shoot for 10 people
Lou was highly responsive, and enthusiastic throughout about supporting our specific plans for filming. The cast and crew were immediately excited with the location as soon as they saw it, and the shoot went extremely well and looks gorgeous. Neighbors, when we ran into them as the walked by during unloading, were friendly and supportive.