Rent this Pacific Palisades house as a film / TV location

Quiet cul-de-sac location just 1.9 miles from the beach at Sunset & PCH and


0.7 miles from stores. No smoking.



This Pacific Palisades house is available as a film & TV shoot location rental for small Hollywood feature productions, commercials, infomercials, TV shows or pilots of 25 people or less including all cast and crew for $1,000 per day. This home is a little less than 2,000 square feet with a small yard.


Pacific Palisades (located on the West side of Los Angeles) offers mild weather, upscale living and is regarded as one of the safest neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles. Can you find a better house itself elsewhere? Absolutely. But with this house you are paying for location, location, location.


If you’re a film or TV location scout, production manager, line producer, producer, director, or still photographer then maybe this house will suit your needs. If you’re searching the Los Angeles film zone then maybe Pacific Palisades will work for you.



*** Not for overnight occupancy. OK to leave equipment overnight for multiple day shoots.

*** Unlike other listings there is NO "cleaning fee" or "transient occupancy tax" for TV / film production rentals


All rates and terms are subject to change.





QUICK FACTS: Living/dining area features open beam ceilings and has many French doors which light these rooms well. Modern kitchen is long but narrow. 1,956 square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 bath (each with walk in shower and tub), 1 den (office) and an attached garage.


Best for small to medium sized shoots. This street location is probably not suitable for large crew shoots or large semi trucks.


One of the filmmaker attractions about shooting near the coast is the cooler weather. Shooting inland or in the San Fernando Valley takes its toll on cast and crew during summer months. Just keep in mind that like many coastal homes, this house has no air conditioning. However there are usually only a handful of days per year in which temperatures might reach into the 90's.