WandaVision

The Marvel TV miniseries “WandaVision” is set in the town of Westview, New Jersey. The show was filmed between Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California at locations including Pinewood Atlanta Studios, Warner Bros. Ranch and Disney Golden Oak Ranch. Wanda and Vision, played by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, live at this home, located on Blondie Street at Warner Bros. Ranch. The house is not a real home, rather a facade. The producers sought out an artificial look for the neighborhood, in favor of using real locations. The home is most famous for being the Griswold house in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” but has also appeared in such films as “American Beauty,” “Hocus Pocus,” “Small Soldiers,” “Pleasantville” and more.

In the first episode, the house is depicted as a single story home in the 1950s. By episode 2, the period has jumped ahead to the 1960s and the home has become a two story house. Warner Bros. Ranch is located separate from the main Warner Bros. Studio lot and is unfortunately not open to public tours.

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LOCATION: 411 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505

Dottie, played by Emma Caulfield Ford, lives at this house, also located on Warner Bros. Ranch. The house is best known for appearing in “Lethal Weapon,” but has also appeared in many other productions, such as “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” “American Beauty“, The Three Stooges serials, “Pushing Daisies,” “The Middle” and many more.

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LOCATION: 411 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505

Dottie has a party at a pool in her back yard. This is the same pool at Warner Bros. Ranch where Clark fantasizes about the department store woman in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”  While it is located fairly close to Wanda and Dottie’s houses, it’s actually on the opposite side of the street.  If not for the trees in the background of the photo below, you could see Wanda and Vision’s house in the distance.

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LOCATION: 411 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505

Special thanks to James Gelet for first identifying the house of Wanda and Vision.