The White Loft

I’m a terrible dancer, but if I could dance, this white loft is where I’d want to practice – unfurnished, it feels like a ballet studio; furnished, it’s a big, cozy home. Comfy soft sofas, fireplace, exposed brick walls, greenery outside the bedroom window, rustic furniture, clawfoot tub, and an adorable fifties-style second kitchen.

Square footage: 4,000

Amenities/Details:

  • Apple boxes  (Four Full size, Four 1/2 & Four 1/4)
  • Four V flats  (1/2” B & W Foam Core)
  • Extension cords (Six, various lengths)
  • Sand bags  (Six)
  • Auto poles & cross bars  (1 set w/ clamps & J hooks)
  • Camera cart
  • Rolling racks (Two with about 20 hangers each)
  • Steamer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • I-pod ready stereo
  • Folding tables (Three 6’ )
  • Also included is the furniture you see on the website, most of which are easily movable.
  • There are no stands, lighting or camera equipment.
  • Roof usage available for $600/photo and $1,200/film.
    Parking lot available for $500/day.

The Clawfoot Tub Loft

If I died and went to heaven, this is what the bathroom would look like. Most bathrooms are too small for film crews or photo lights. In a bathroom like this, not only can you all fit, but you can also get far enough from the subject to allow for a variety of different shots. Stunning bathroom aside, this loft is spacious but comfortable, with rustic furniture, dark-stained floors, refrigerator (complete with refrigerator magnets) and even an upright piano.

Square footage: 4,000

Amenities/Details:

  • Apple boxes  (Four Full size, Four 1/2 & Four 1/4)
  • Four V flats  (1/2” B & W Foam Core)
  • Extension cords (Six, various lengths)
  • Sand bags  (Six)
  • Auto poles & cross bars  (1 set w/ clamps & J hooks)
  • Camera cart
  • Rolling racks (Two with about 20 hangers each)
  • Steamer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • I-pod ready stereo
  • Folding tables (Three 6’ )
  • Also included is the furniture you see on the website, most of which are easily movable.
  • There are no stands, lighting or camera equipment.
  • Roof usage available for $600/photo and $1,200/film.
  • Parking lot available for $500/day.

 

 

The Ephemera House

An enormous pine tree looms up in front of the brown, shingled tower of this handsome home. Step up the porch steps and step back in time. Place your fedora hat on the hall rack and gaze at the 1930’s – 1940’s glamorous oil portraits gracing the staircase wall. Victorian settees, antique wallpaper, and ephemera can be found in every corner and on every wall.

Square footage: 3,000 interior, corner lot with a small yard (Parlor, bedroom, 2 children’s bedrooms, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, bathrooms)

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Parking on the property and street for trailers and cars