Vancouver, so famous for all the TV and movie productions, has earned the nickname 'Hollywood North'.
There are many locations across the city that have been used in films and TV shows that you can access. Some might be very close to you.
1526 Angus Drive
Built in 1912, this extraodinary detached house recently sold for $12 million. Several TV shows and films were filmed here, but the most notable was probably the 1993 film The Crush, starring Alicia Silverston.
The TV movie Double, Double Toll and Trouble was also filmed there in 1993 along with an episode of The Dead Zone and another TV movie called I've Been Waiting For You.
Cecil Green Park House
Another 1912 creation, this mansion was originally the home of a prominant lawyer named Edward Davis. Now used for weddings and other events.Lucifer, The Flash, Arrow, The X-Files, Fifty Shades Freed and many other shows and movies have been filmed here.
The most interesting piece of history about this house is that the Davis family sold this house in 1940 for a whopping $9,000. Yes, that's Nine Thousand.
This beautiful home, which was once the haunt for the rich and famous was built in 1911. The house originally belonged to Alexander Duncan McRae, a Canadian Politician.
Stargate SG-1, Charmed and Psych were some of the shows filmed there.
Located in a little more obscure and hard to get spot in North Vancouver at 2720 Pemberton Ave. Caretaker's Cottage is a quaint little spot surrounded by trees, next to a lake.
It's slightly unnerving, like the cabin in Evil Dead, which probably made it the perfect spot for the hit TV show Supernatural.
The Flash and Stargate SG-1 were also filmed there.
118 Stevens Drive, West Vancouver
If the interior of this swanky West Van home in the British Properties looks familiar, you might be a Twilight: New Moon fan.
This beautiful property is an Arthur Erickson classic.
2036 West 13th Ave
This is a very unassumng and quaint home located close to Granville shopping district. The home featured multiple episodes of the TV show The Flash, which basically made it famous.
15356 Columbia Ave
This nice White Rock home, which has a stunning view of the water, was also featured on the TV show Psych.
4053 West 32nd Ave.
Remember the movie Juno? The cult classic featuring a young Elliot Page and the trials and tribulations that followed. The house in the middle of the picture was used for exterior shots of Juno's house in the movie. A different house was used for the interior shots.
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