The "Gingerbread House" (built 1855; 2,400 Sq.Ft.) is located in a quaint New England village by the Connecticut River, and is owned by a film-crew-friendly family sensitive to the logistical needs of commercial film professionals.
The house is an example of early Victorian architecture; its Gingerbread style is named for its ornate external moldings and millwork. The front façade of the house retains its original architecture from the 1850s, and is both suitable for period dramas and movies set in the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as more modern film requiring a unique and distinctive setting.
House features a spacious deck at the back with direct french-door access from both the kitchen and living room. Main living room is light and open, and allows for flexible furniture configurations.
Master bedroom features cathedral ceilings with exposed original beams, and has a light airy feel with windows on three sides.
Town is also film-friendly, recently playing host to the Indiana Jones film crew and Harrison Ford for a scene at its steam-train station