Homeland cabin location in Charlottle, North Carolina. Many readers searching for information about Showtime’s Homeland TV series are clamoring to know where the log cabin Brody and Carrie escaped to is located from Episode 7, Season 1. That episode is called “The Weekend” when Carrie and Brody first hook-up and begin their odd couple relationship.
Per Homeland in Charlotte NC and Filming 90210locations, the cabin is in a cove on Lake Norman near Mooresville just north of Charlotte. The famous cabin was built in 1965. It has three bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms. I missed the for sale listing. The Homeland cabin sold for $382,500.
Estately had the Homeland cabin listing per CMLS/Allen Tate Company, Inc Real estate. Detailed as a charming, authentic log cabin on a beautiful, large, wooded, waterfront lot. It actually has a large sleeping loft. The screened in porch where Homeland fans remember as a scene between Carrie and Brody took place. The pier, floating dock, and lakeside gazebo.
Estately real estate listing just has the cabin as seen above. If you click their link and scroll down there is a great Ariel View.
Carrie and Brody had their fight scene before they went to the cabin at The Fat Parrot. Location of the Fat Parrot is 5416 Mt Holly-Huntersville Road, Charlotte, NC.
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Carrie’s Apartment is 510 N. Poplar St, Charlotte, North Carolina. To get a look at her apartment building here is a Google maps view. I have no information which apartment in the building is used as Carrie’s apartment.
Saul’s House location is 3032 Mountainbrook Road Charlotte, North Carolina. It sold in April of this year for $436,000. Saul’s house was listed as an amazing dream home with hardwood floors. Nice kitchen with island and breakfast bar. The screened in patio, den with fireplace, and four bedrooms and three baths. Take the home tour on Zillow here.
I am a fan of Homeland and can’t wait until the next episode every week!
I’ve done a few other Homeland houses….
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