Home to an indie movie: London semi-detached house featured in Rachel Weisz film is for sale for £1.6m

  • EXCLUSIVE. Semi-detached London House featured in the 2017 film Disobedience 
  • Rachel Weisz, a Hollywood actress was filming on the porch 
  • The five-bedroom family home is for sale for £1.6m via Dexters estate agents

Rachel Weisz, the Hollywood actress who sat on the porch of the property while filming began, is now up for sale. This semi-detached London home that was featured in Disobedience can be found in London.

Indie movie from 2017 tells of a girl who returns to Orthodox Jewish communities after she was rejected for her attraction to a childhood female friend.

Filmed around the home of a five-bedroom family in northwest London, the drama was set. The property is currently for sale via estate agents Dexters with an asking price of £1.6million.

This semi-detached house in London's Cricklewood where actress Rachel Weisz filmed is for sale for £1.6m via Dexters estate agents

This semi-detached house in London’s Cricklewood where actress Rachel Weisz filmed is for sale for £1.6m via Dexters estate agents

Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz stood on the property's porch while the cameras were rolling for the film Disobedience

Rose Weisz, a Hollywood actress, stood on the porch of the property while Disobedience was being shot.

Edwardian home features a spacious living area with stained glass windows, and large kitchen.

It has a kitchen that leads to the 65-foot garden and two offices. This makes it a great family home, especially for people who work from home during pandemic.

For two weeks, filming was done at the property around Heber Road.

This film adapts Naomi Alderman’s bestseller of the same title to big-screen.

This 2006 book, set in Hendon, features Ronit’s return to her Orthodox Jewish family home after the death of her father.

After that, she rekindles her romance with Rachel McAdams (Dr Strange) who has now become her cousin.

The five-bedroom family property in Cricklewood's Heber Road is seen during the indie film starring Rachel Weisz

The five-bedroom family property in Cricklewood’s Heber Road is seen during the indie film starring Rachel Weisz

The Edwardian property has a large living room with stained glass windows and wooden flooring

Edwardian house has large living rooms with stained glass windows, wooden flooring and a fireplace.

The spacious kitchen leads to the garden, which there are two garden offices - perfect for working from home

You can access the spacious kitchen from your living room. There are also two offices in the backyard – ideal for work at home.

Filming of Disobedience took place at - and around - the property on Cricklewood's Heber Road for two weeks

For two weeks, Filming of Disobedience occurred at Cricklewood’s Heber Road.

Neela Patel of Dexters said that the large, inviting home would be a great family home.

“It’s not common to find London properties with large gardens. It would also be great for flexible workers.

“With its beautiful stained glass windows and bay views, you can see why the house was selected as filming location.

“It is filled with natural light and has a multitude of skylights.

The house has three bathrooms and five bedrooms - including this one with a large bay window

There are three bathrooms in the house and five bedrooms, including one with large bay windows.

The London property has the benefit of a large and spacious 65 ft garden with a well-maintained lawn

London home has a huge 65ft. garden, with well-maintained grass.

Access to public transportation is easy. The Willesden Green Underground station can be found just half a block away. The West End can be reached in 20 minutes by foot.

The average price of a property in Cricklewood is £708,598, according to property website Zoopla.

It is more than double the average value of a home in Britain, which currently stands at £335,833.

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