Edwardian Properties Available for Photo Shoots, TV and Filming

SHOOTFACTORY offers a selection of Edwardian properties ideal as photo shoot and filming locations, but equally suited for press events, product launches, brand experiences, and music videos.

The Edwardian Era lasted a scant 14 years, yet it represented something of a revolution in architectural change that produced signature features like lower ceilings, more ornamentation, leaded glass doors plus a preponderance of red brick. All of this identified the U.K. architectural metamorphosis that came to dominate new construction between the years 1900 to 1914.

What drove the Edwardian housing boom? Increased population and economic upturns plus affordable mortgages for a growing middle class. New railway lines sent families to the suburbs where affordable property promoted home ownership. Edwardian dwellings weren’t as stately or lavish as were the Victorians, so builders required fewer raw materials. Cellars and second floors disappeared in a flourish of social change as house staff disappeared or diminished in number. To compensate for scale, Edwardian homes became centrepieces for flamboyant external facade trim and lavish gardens edged with porches, verandas and balconies.


If you are working to a particular brief, then contact one of our team who will be happy to highlight a selection of properties suitable for the details of your hire.

Please note that some properties carry restrictions, so you will need to make us aware of your intentions when you contact our team with your enquiry.

Don’t forget that if you prefer to look for yourself, then we also have a Location Search page where you are able to select a particular style of shoot location, or key features to limit your search.