From “This Is Us” to “Euphoria,” a Look at Property Prices at TV Filming Locations
Calling all TV aficionados: A new report offers some insights into the property prices of some of the most popular TV shows right now. Compare the Market, a price comparison website based in the U.K., recently analyzed filming location property prices to determine just how much it would cost to live in the city where your favorite shows are filmed. With methodology that utilized zip codes, outcodes, and real estate resources such as Zillow, Zoopla, and Zolo, the company broke down locations across the U.S, U.K., and Canada.
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Jen Harding’s home in “Dead to Me,” Big Cat Rescue in “Tiger King,” and East Highland High School in “Euphoria” are among the many filming locations examined. Grab some popcorn and check out the property findings below.
Jen’s house, “Dead to Me”
While much of “Dead to Me” is set in Laguna Beach, Netflix’s dark comedy series actually films in Sherman Oaks, a suburban neighborhood in Los Angeles. Per Compare the Market, the typical value of properties within that zip code is a whopping $1,289,123; a single family residence is about $1.53 million while a condo is about $604,000, increasing 9.9% in property value within the last year.
Pearson family home, “This is Us”
The Pearsons reside in Pittsburgh in “This is Us,” but NBC’s multigenerational drama series films in Eagle Rock in the neighborhood of Los Angeles. The typical value of properties in that zip code is about $997,802; a single family residence is about $1.03 million while a condo is $602,000, increasing 12% in property value within the last 12 months.
Big Cat Rescue, “Tiger King”
Netflix’s docuseries about big cat breeding films in Tampa, Florida, with Carole Baskin’s animal sanctuary Big Cat Rescue located on Easy St., specifically. The typical value of properties in that area is about $280,748; a single family residence is about $294,000 while a condo is $254,000, increasing 8% in property value within the last year.
Sandringham Estate, “The Crown”
While Sandringham, Queen Elizabeth II’s private country retreat, is located in Norfolk, England, Netflix’s regal historical drama series films in Lowestoft, an English town in the county of Suffolk. The typical property value in that area is £312,971 for detached homes, £202,327 for semi-detached homes, £137,865 for terraced homes, £115,407 for flats, increasing 6.91% in property value within the last 12 months.
Wheeler family home, “Stranger Things”
Netflix’s sci-fi horror series “Stranger Things” takes place in the fictional Hawkins, Indiana, but it actually films in East Point, Georgia. The typical property value in that zip code is $190,121; a single family residence is about $195,000 while a condo is $141,000, increasing 11.9% in property value over the last year.
East Highland High School, “Euphoria”
HBO’s teen drama “Euphoria” never explicitly states its location, but it’s clear East Highland is someplace in Los Angeles, where the series also films. The school is filmed at Ulysses S. Grant High School in Valley Glen, Los Angeles. The typical property value in that area is $900,103; a single family residence is about $976,000 while a condo is $552,000, increasing 12.2% in property value within the last 12 months.