Dead to Me has returned for its third and final season. The dark comedy by creator Liz Feldman concludes with a 10-episode installation, out now on Netflix, that takes us back to all of the show’s beloved filming locations—from Jen Harding’s house in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles to Eileen Wood’s impressive Beverly Hill’s estate. As you savor every moment of the show’s end and watch it at a shockingly fast rate (the episodes are only around 30 minutes each!), take a deeper look at the places that brought the enticing story to life.
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Jen’s house is, of course, a central location in Dead to Me. But instead of Laguna Beach, the real home is actually located in California’s San Fernando Valley at 3847 Deervale Drive in Sherman Oaks. Built in 1960, it spans around 4,900 square feet and includes five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Zillow’s current property value estimate for the privately owned home is more than $3.8 million. And while the home boasts a bright yellow door in the series, its true color is dark navy. (Remember: As with any private home used as a filming location, do not trespass or bother the residents or property!)
The home of Jen’s annoying-but-well-meaning neighbor Karen is located right next door to the real house at 3869 Deervale Drive. Similar to Jen’s abode, the Sherman Oaks property was built in 1960. With five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the around 4,200-square-foot home is valued by Zillow at more than $3.9 million and is privately owned.
Eileen Wood’s mansion
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Perhaps the most opulent home in the series is where Steve and Ben Wood’s mother Eileen resides. The mansion is played by Grayhall, an estate located at 1100 Carolyn Way in Beverly Hills. The structure—designed by architects Sumner P. Hunt and Silas R. Burns—was built in 1916. Most real estate websites list the home as having eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms across more than 14,500 square feet. It’s been home to many notable residents including the first mayor of Beverly Hills, Silsby M. Spalding, and Hollywood star Douglas Fairbanks. Today, Redfin puts the property’s worth at an estimate of more than $38 million.
Point Fermin Park
The grief meetings Jen attends are held at Point Fermin Park in Los Angeles’s San Pedro neighborhood. Set along a coastal bluff with scenic views, the park is made up of vast lawns, pergolas, gardens, picnic areas, trails, a playground, and an amphitheater.
Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens
Steve’s funeral was filmed at Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens, according to Dirt. The non-profit center dedicated to peace and spirituality is open to the public to “visit, reflect, and be rejuvenated by the peace and nature present,” according to the organization’s website. The grounds include three mansions and three gardens with fountains that are often used for TV and film productions.
The Chariot Inn in Glendale, California seems to pose as the Windbreaker Motel, where a body is found in the final season of Dead to Me. The hotel offers affordable accommodations located 10 miles from Bob Hope Airport and within 30 minutes of Los Angeles International Airport .
You love filming locations. So there we go. Let’s obsess over them together.
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