Fort Langley, BC House From Rob Lowe's “The Bad Seed”

Updated: Nov 17, 2020


FORT LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA


Filmed on location in British Columbia, actor Rob Lowe made his directorial debut with his remake of the 1956 cult classic The Bad Seed. Architectural lovers like us, quickly notice the incredibly detailed, modern farmhouse used in the film. Lowe stars in the TV movie, alongside Mckenna Grace and served as executive producer.




Below are shots of this beautiful house that was once described in an old real estate listing as being, “the finest luxury home that’s ever hit the Fort Langley area!” The home was designed by the award-winning team at Su Casa Design and was custom built in 2016. It sits privately on over an acre of land just minutes from downtown Fort Langley and offers just under 6,000 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The home features gorgeous wide plank white oak hardwood flooring, Colorado Gold Calcutta countertops, 15-foot California LaCantina doors, a custom limestone mantel and built-in speakers throughout.



Scroll down to tour inside this gorgeous country home.