Famous Homeland house just sold for above the asking price of $394,000. The Nicholas Brody family house sold in just ONE day! Located in Mountainbrook, North Carolina in the Mountainbrook neighborhood. The owner says her famous Homeland house has become a “tourist destination” especially during Christmas.
If you watch Showtime’s Homeland you’ve had the home tour. It’s actually on a half acre and listings state a large master with dual closets. Four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. It also states the bathroom needs updating.
Is that a coincidence? In one of the latest Homeland episodes, Jessica Brody redid the tile in the bathroom because she could not get the blood stains out from Dana’s suicide attempt.
Long time original owner of the famous Homeland house, Tetreault says,” most of the interior shots are now done on a stage. The actors don’t work as much at the house with the show not as focused on Brody’s family life.”
Catch up with other Homeland house posts about the show and their houses. TV House on Homeland. Season 2 Maggie Mathison’s house, Carrie’s sister’s house at Showtime’s Homeland (TV series) Season 2 TV House.
Zillow lists the Homeland Season 3 residence. The house was used to film Episode 6 for the residence of a group of terrorists. A million dollar listing at $2,125,000 in Charlotte, NC. Located at 14617 Rudolph Dadey Drive.
Per Forbes – “The owners were surprised when their real estate agent contacted them about the opportunity to have their house used in a Homeland episode.”
HOW TO GET YOUR HOME LISTED AS AVAILABLE FOR FILMING
If your home is in Charlotte there is a chance it can become a famous Homeland house. I wrote about TV and Movie location scouts and featured a local company in Chicago, Kate Levinson Locations, Inc.
One way to get your home listed available for filming is to add it to a library of homes. For example, there is a South Carolina Film Commission that has a library to add your home under – List your SC property with us here. Visit your state government sites and look for Film Locations or something similar. Look up your local location services or location scout film companies and submit your home directly with them if they have the service. I know Kate Levinson keeps a file of homes available for filming that she thinks are a good fit.
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