This is a rare filming opportunity.  This is the Shogren Estate built in 1906. This grand Craftsman was once a museum, but is now available for filming. It is on the National Registry of Historic Places.   The 1.2 acre estate has 3 houses, with over 6,500 sq ft of interior filming potential.  The main house which is 4,600 square feet, the Carriage house has 1,100 sq ft and the Garden house has 888 sq ft. 

Highlights: It has been preserved historically if you are looking for turn of the century accuracy, flow-through drive-way with entry and exit on different streets great for shuttle van rounders, ample street parking for working trucks in surrounding neighborhood, entire grounds are elevated with a basalt stone wall making quiet from surrounding street noise, one of the best sunset views you will ever see, stone columns and lattice arbor, 8 car wide parking strip available on site.  There are 3 majestic trees all 113 years old, a Linden, Fir and Maple. Inside you will find box beam ceilings, leaded glass windows, two stone fireplaces, a commercial kitchen with stainless steel countertops and a classic checkerboard floor, and a Butlers Pantry.  Bonus: 30' Airstream trailer also available for cast, production or filming use. Additional key terms: circular turret, claw foot bathtub, veranda, balcony, decks.