This is your chance to own the beach house where Emily Thorne (aka Amanda Clarke) lived on the soapy nighttime drama “Revenge.”
It’s not really in the Hamptons like it was on TV, though — the real deal is in Southport, North Carolina. And they made a few other changes to the house for television.
Take a look!
The Beach House from “Revenge”
Here’s how it looked in the opening credits of the show:
The Real House in North Carolina (below):
The listing says:
It is the water that greets you when entering the statement double doors of this custom waterfront home. Featuring an open floor plan with beautiful heart of pine floors and windows that offer spectacular views of the Cape Fear River, Bald Head Island, Oak Island lighthouse out to the mouth of the Atlantic Ocean. Fans of the TV series Revenge will remember this house was featured as Emily’s Beach house.
The rooms were modeled on the real interiors but recreated on a soundstage:
Josh Bowman coming down the stairs on the set (below):
The beach house has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 3,600 square feet.
In the pilot we see the real estate agent giving Emily the tour:
The listing says, “Spacious foyer area leads to the gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, Viking gas appliances, vent hood, a grand island and a walk-in butler’s pantry — all of this makes this kitchen and dining area perfect for entertaining.”
Emily’s version of the kitchen had butcher block countertops and beadboard:
Daniel (Josh Bowman) in the Kitchen:
The Dining Room:
Nolan and Emily on the beach house set:
The listing says:
“Gracious living area with coffered ceilings, built-ins and fireplace exits to a charming Southern wrap-around porch that includes spacious screen porch to enjoy the wonderful SW breezes and gorgeous sunsets that Southport is known for. “
An overhead view of the porch from Victoria Grayson’s tower next door:
Sorry to disillusion you, but the sprawling exterior of Grayson Manor was created via CGI
and doesn’t really sit next to Emily’s beach house:
According to I Am Not a Stalker, the exterior was based on a real house in East Hampton.
I tracked it down on Further Lane.
A reader named Jim tells me: “They just stretched it, moved the pool and added a few extras for TV.” He directed me to this image of what the real exterior looks like.
Victoria’s tower was one of the things they added on.
They created some fake exteriors of the manor on the soundstage for closeups, too.
For the pilot episode, they filmed inside a real house in Wilmington, NC,
and the Grayson Manor set was later based on it:
When they were shooting outdoor scenes by the pool, they used a house in Malibu on Winding Way:
Back to Emily’s Beach House.
They built a (fake) porch facade on set, surrounded by blue screen.
You can see how it looked on TV in this shot of Emily Van Camp and Josh Bowman beside it:
Emily walking around the porch:
An aerial view of the house the way it looked on the show:
Emily’s house didn’t have a pool, but the real one does.
The beach house was built in 2003.
It would be pretty cool to live in Emily’s house, wouldn’t it?
First thing I’d do is carve the “infinity” symbol into the porch rail like hers!
For photos and information about 6249 Pebble Shore Lane in Southport, North Carolina,
check the Sotheby’s listing held by Renee Yost.
Visit my Houses Onscreen page to see the others I’ve featured, listed A-Z.