In Episode 9, after Hannah Hutchins has what appears to be an unwilling telekinetic outburst
at a gas station, the S.H.I.E.L.D. team flies to Batesville Utah, and goes to Hannah's home,
in a residential neighborhood, to talk to her.
There, they find a mob of angry neighbors gathering outside, who blame Hannah
for the lab explosion and other violence that has taken place in their town.
Coulson talks to Hannah on her porch, while Melinda May stands guard.
When the crowd starts to throw things, Hannah appears to have another involuntary
outburst of telekinesis, as a car suddenly drives itself into the crowd, forcing
Coulson to dive to push people out of the way in the nick of time.
When the crowd becomes even more aggravated, and a local cop draws his pistol,
Melinda May has had enough of it, and shoots Hannah with a tranquilizer gun.
This scene was shot at Disney's Golden Oak Ranch,
at 19802 Placerita Canyon Road, in Newhall, CA.
Newhall is in the hills north of the San Fernando Valley, about five miles southeast of
Six Flags Magic Mountain, and about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
In the past, the ranch has always been primarily rural in nature, but they recently
began a major expansion of it, and added a modern Residential Street set,
featuring 14 homes, in different architectural styles, ranging from
Southern Colonial to English Tudor.
This is particular home, a Craftsman-style, is known as House #3,
and is located at the dead end of this curving cul-de-sac.
The Disney Company has operated this movie ranch for ages.
Back in the days of the original Mickey Mouse Club (in the late 1950's), they
shot "Spin & Marty" and "Zorro" here, and have since filmed everything from
"Old Yeller" to "Pirates of the Caribbean" at the ranch.
With the expansion, they have renamed the place "Disney Studios at the Ranch".
And since Disney makes the show, owns the ABC network that broadcasts it,
and even owns Marvel comics, this ranch is a logical choice.
Here is a photo of the house, from the ranch's website:
You can find the Golden Oak Ranch's website here.
And you can read about this particular house set here.
While they were at the ranch, they also shot another short scene here:
Later, in the same episode, Hannah and Matilda May take refuge
in an old barn, only to be attacked by the phantom-like figure who
has actually been committing all of the attacks: a man trapped
between dimensions, as a result of the lab explosion.
This barn is one of several barns at the Golden Oak Ranch.
They call this one the Ragwing Barn.
(They previously used the "PeeWee Barn", in Episode 6.)
Here's a photo of the barn, from the ranch's website:
And here's an
showing the barn's location at the ranch.