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Angela's (& Audrey's) house

Q. What is it supposed to be on the show?

    A. Ar residential home.

Q. Where is it supposed to be on the show?

    A.  In the small town of Iron Lake, New York.

Q. When did we see it on the show?

    A. We first see her house in Episode 3, of Season 9, "Smoke Signals", in an interior scene when Dexter & Harrison come over to have dinner with Angela & Audrey.

    During the dinner conversation, Audrey reveals that crime podcaster Molly Park is in Iron Lake. And Angela agrees to let her take the white deer's body to be burned in a ceremonial bonfire.

    We see a more glimpses of the house interior in Episode 5, "Runaway",  during conversations between Angela and Audrey, including the scene in Episode 5, where Audrey reveals to Angela that Harrison  told her that his dad's name isn't really Jim Lindsay.

    The house shows up again in Episode 6, when Angela catches Harrison in bed with her daughter, Audrey.

    And it's the location of a Christmas day party(In Episode 9) where Kurt Caldwell drops by unexpectedly.

Q. What is it actually in real life?

    A. A residential home just not in New York.

Q. Where can I find it in real life?

    A. In the real world, you can find this blue, 4-bedroom house at 3 Chestnut Street, in Grafton, Massachusetts.

The photo below was shot by Ron B.

    They filmed here for a week in mid-May of 2021, and since it was supposed to be  Christmas time, they put down a lot of fake snow.

    They filmed mostly indoors, including a dinner scene between Dexter & Harrison and Angela & Audrey at their kitchen table.

    Grafton is about 33 miles west of Boston, and about 60 miles southeast of Shelburne Falls, where they filmed most of the key Iron Lake locations.

    According to the real estate listings, this house was built in 1875.  ( If it were in Southern California, where Dexter was originally filmed, it would be one of the oldest houses standing. But in Massachusetts, where the oldest houses date back to the 1630's, it's probably not that notable. )

      Here is a Google StreetView of the house:

[ Warning: this is a private home.
Do not trespass on their property, knock on their door,
or do anything that might disturb the residents. ]

Q. How the heck did you figure out where it was?

    A. As I've mentioned before, once I found out Dexter was going to be filming in the state, I followed the local newspapers in Massachusetts before and during the six months of filming there, and they did a good job of reporting the various stops of the Dexter production crew made.

    This blue house on Chestnut, in particular, got lots of coverage, in part because of all the snow and Christmas decorations that they put up for the production, in the middle of May.

    The Telegram & Gazette, Spectrum News1, The Grafton News, and The Boston Globe, (not to mention Twitter), all covered the story with plenty of details.
    During the filming, it had been reported that this would be the home of a major character and her daughter, so I assumed this would be Angela's house, and  I presumed I would recognize it the minute I saw it.

    But when the scenes with the house first showed up, they were strictly interiors, with no glimpse of the familiar blue exterior of the house.  Fortunately, I was able to compare what I saw on TV to  photos of the interior (which I found on real estate/MLS sites, like the one below), and was able to make a perfect match to Interior details such as the kitchen cabinets and range.

And later, Ron B. drove out to Grafton and shot the photo of the house that you see above.

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