Where was ‘The Gilded Age’ filmed?


Other homes performed a number of components, together with Château-sur-Mer, additionally on Bellevue Avenue, constructed by service provider William Shepard Wetmore within the 1850s in Italian fashion after which given a French makeover 20 years later. ‘Château-sur-Mer is maybe our biggest location,’ says Pitkus. ‘We used the exterior for Mrs Astor’s Beechwood House, which is attention-grabbing as a result of the true factor nonetheless stands not removed from it and appears nothing prefer it. We additionally shot the inside of the boarding home the place Oscar van Rhijn has a tête à tête, and Agnes’s bed room is there too. We additionally did a eating room scene there.’

Our first go to to Newport itself is available in Episode 1 with a celebration on the astonishing clifftop mansion owned by Mrs Fish. ‘That’s my favorite home we used,’ says Pitkus. ‘It’s The Ledges, owned by the Cushing household. It was constructed initially by Robert Cushing after which was inherited by his son Howard, the painter, and now I imagine it’s his great-grandson and his household.’

Also providing panoramic views is one other home, Indian Spring, right here used as the house of social gatekeeper Ward McAllister (Nathan Lane). ‘We used that for its backdrop when McAllister has a get-together with the ladies, but we didn’t use the home as a result of it’s been redone. It’s set on a giant rocky cliff and the setting’s spectacular – you recognize you’re in Newport due to the views of the ocean.’

Lyndhurst Mansion in TarrytownPhilip Scalia / Alamy Stock Photo

Tarrytown

For Episode 2’s go to to the house of Aurora Fane (Kelli O’Hara), the manufacturing filmed within the Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, on the east banks of the Hudson, making use of a reception room dominated by a stained glass window, in addition to the eating room. Built in 1838 by New York City mayor William Paulding Jr, this Gothic Revival marvel was greatest generally known as the house of robber baron Jay Gould and is now a museum.



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