Semi-detached house from Rachel Weisz film is for sale for £1.6m

Home to an indie movie: London semi-detached house featured in Rachel Weisz film Disobedience is for sale for £1.6m

  • EXCLUSIVE: Semi-detached London house featured in 2017 film Disobedience 
  • Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz was filmed on the porch of the property 
  • The five-bedroom family home is for sale for £1.6m via Dexters estate agents

Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz stood on its porch while the cameras were rolling – and now the semi-detached property in London that featured in the film Disobedience is for sale.

The 2017 indie film tells the story of a woman returning to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her for having an attraction to a female childhood friend.

The drama was filmed around the five-bedroom family home in the north west of the capital. The property is currently for sale via estate agents Dexters with an asking price of £1.6million.

This semi-detached house in London’s Cricklewood where actress Rachel Weisz filmed is for sale for £1.6m via Dexters estate agents

Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz stood on the property’s porch while the cameras were rolling for the film Disobedience

The Edwardian property has a large living room with stained glass windows and a large kitchen.

The kitchen leads to a 65 ft garden with two garden offices, making it an appealing family home for those working from home during the pandemic.

Filming at the property took place around the property on Heber Road for two weeks.

The film is a big screen adaptation of Naomi Alderman’s acclaimed novel of the same name.

The book was published in 2006 and is set in Hendon and features the return of Ronit, played by Rachel Weisz, to the Orthodox Jewish family home following the death of her father.

She then rekindles a romance with her best friend played by Dr Strange star Rachel McAdams, who is now married to her cousin.

The five-bedroom family property in Cricklewood’s Heber Road is seen during the indie film starring Rachel Weisz

The Edwardian property has a large living room with stained glass windows and wooden flooring

The spacious kitchen leads to the garden, which there are two garden offices – perfect for working from home

Filming of Disobedience took place at – and around – the property on Cricklewood’s Heber Road for two weeks

Neela Patel, of Dexters, said: ‘This large and inviting house would make an ideal family home.

‘It’s rare to find a property with such a big garden in London, and with two outdoor office spaces, it would really suit those who are working flexibly.’

‘With beautiful bay and stained glass windows, it’s easy to understand why this house was chosen as a film location.

‘It has an abundance of windows and skylights, which fill the house with natural light, and make it perfect for shooting.’

The house has three bathrooms and five bedrooms – including this one with a large bay window

The London property has the benefit of a large and spacious 65 ft garden with a well-maintained lawn

The property has good access to public transport, with Willesden Green Underground station only half a mile away. And the West End is a 20 minute walk away.

The average price of a property in Cricklewood is £708,598, according to property website Zoopla.

It is more than double the average value of a home in Britain, which currently stands at £335,833.

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