The Brothers and Sisters House


Got a challenge  last week from Britney  who wanted me to do some stalking of the house used in the ABC series Brothers and Sisters.  I’d actually gotten this challenge once before, but since I had never really watched the show, I hadn’t put much effort into stalking it.  But then I saw the house on Tony’s Los Angeles Filming Locations Flickr page and he directed me to this link on The Movieland Directory, which listed the address of the Walker Family home from the series.  So, for Britney’s sake, I ran right out to stalk it. 🙂  


The Walker home is located in a gorgeous neighborhood in the eastern section of Pasadena.  It’s funny because from the bits and pieces I had seen of Brothers and Sisters  over the years, I had a feeling the house was located in Pasadena.  It just looks like a very Pasadena style home.  In person, the Walker house is very beautiful and absolutely humongous!  It almost has a New Orleansean feel to it, as well.  It wasn’t very recognizable in person though, as from what I can tell, it seems that producers usually shoot only one section of the house, not the whole thing.  But once I went back and watched some clips of B&S  on YouTube, I could definitely see that it was the right house.  I highly recommend stalking the place, even if you are not a fan of the show, as it is just beautiful.  I need to keep my eyes peeled, too, because I am sure B&S  is not the only production the home has been used for. 


Until next time, Happy Stalking!  🙂

Stalk It:The Brothers and Sisters house is located at 1640 Lombardy Road in Pasadena.  According to the Movieland Directory, the former Ritz Carlton (now the Langham Hotel) at 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. in Pasadena, was also featured in Brothers and Sisters, but I am not sure which episode was filmed there.

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  1. I am SO glad you found the Walker pad! I spent forever looking for it last week and am a huge fan of the show. You’re the best!

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