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DUMONT DELUXE Modern Ranch Cape Cod Retro Staged
  • $180/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Woodland Hills, CA
Large flat 16,919 sq/ft lot with circular driveway & picket fence entry. Inside this 3,062 sq/ft home you will appreciate the spacious entertaining area with lots of natural light and beautiful wood floors. The home has 3 fireplaces, one of which can be found in the large living room right off the entry. There is also a formal dining room and family room w/ vaulted wood beamed ceiling, rustic brick fireplace and bar. There is a ¾ bathroom off the family room area. The kitchen has a nice island w/ sink, double oven, gas cook top and breakfast area. Direct access garage & lots of storage space. Master has a large walk-in closet, fireplace and French doors leading to the backyard. The master bath has double sink vanity, bathtub & shower w/ a rain shower head. The backyard has a beautiful gated pool w/ solar cover. The yard is both large and private with many great features: natural playground, 5 raised beds for gardening, many fruit trees (orange, apple, lemon to name a few). There is also a small office/play house complete with its own A/C. Other improvements to the home include, LED lighting, copper plumbing, paid off solar, tankless water heater, soft water system, reverse osmosis for drinking water and rain collection system. Close proximity to Warner Center and the new Village as well as all the shops and entertainment on Ventura Blvd. Few hundred feet away from Target and Ventura Blvd.
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The Goldstein House
  • $600/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (20)
  • 20
  • Instant book
  • Beverly Hills, CA
The rate listed is for still photography only - no b-roll, no video. Rate also applies only to house and garden use (Master, kitchen and office off-limits). All other spaces like tennis court, club, second "new pool" areas have separate rates. Inquire within. Designed in 1961 by the architect John Lautner, the house is one of Los Angeles’s most beloved landmarks: it has served as a backdrop for films (“The Big Lebowski,” “Charlie’s Angels”), numerous fashion shoots and parties. Goldstein bought the residence in 1972, and worked with Lautner and others to renovate it over the years, adding a rooftop tennis court next door and his own nightclub underneath. Concrete angles and hidden retractable glass walls, the indoor-outdoor is a space age bachelor pad. Expansive view encompasses the entire city, stretching from downtown to the Pacific Ocean. The structure is almost all original, but materials, built-ins, motorized elements (skylights and walls), glazing, and more... the architect combined the lower-level study, studio, and master bedroom into one large master divided by a concrete wall and furnished with concrete furniture (and an invisible sink). The master also has a built-in scale and windows that look into the pool. Minimum Daily Rate that is shown is based on a still shoot with a crew/talent size of 12 or less @ a 10 hour day. Please inquire for rates on larger impact jobs and include and the following details about your project. Job Name: Dates Needed: What The Shoot is For: Crew/Talent Size: Hours Needed: Areas Needed: Miscellaneous Info Relevant to Your Shoot:
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Turquoise Dream
  • $315/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Minimum Daily Rate is based on a non-commercial still shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or less @ a 10 hour day. Please inquire for rates on larger impact jobs and include the following details about your project. Job Name: Dates Needed: What The Project is For: Crew/Talent Size: Hours Needed: Areas Needed: Miscellaneous Info Relevant to Your Project:
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Downtown Los Angeles Luxury high in the sky
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 4.3 (16)
  • 16
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
DTLA's Premier high rise, modern vibe feel at home finishes . Less than a quarter mile from LA live and the Staple center. This unit has beautiful open floor plan that give you plenty of space to create magic. floor to ceiling windows. Views out of this world. Large patio that gives you a since of freedom in the skylines of Los Angeles.
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Rustic! Jasper Johns' Studio and House Circa 1970
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (45)
  • 45
  • Instant book
  • Stony Point, NY
This house started life in the 30s as a barn and is hygge as all get-out. In the 70s it was purchased by modern arts legend Jasper Johns who hung out here with pals like Merce Cunningham, Robert Rauschenberg and John Cage. Needing a space to paint, Johns turned much of the second floor into a double-height studio, which gets glorious natural light from a combination of skylight, windows, and unique floor-to-ceiling windows that roll up like garage doors. He gave the rest of the house a similar mid-century, open plan treatment while adding a long deck and keeping the rustic features of the barn -- like worm-eaten, old exposed beams, rusted, iron barn hardware, and wood paneled walls. Since the house is 90 some years old, and has not been owned by millionaires (except for Jasper Johns but that was later) it is rather...um...crumbling in places. Think "Grey Gardens" rather than "Better Homes and Gardens." The house sits against a hill on a lot of 1.29 acres. It is bounded by an old stone wall and a meandering stream, and is surrounded by ancient trees and rather undisciplined bracken. Are you familiar with the 19th century illustrator Arthur Rackham? It's tangled and viney, like that. The wild, rustic look has attracted many fashion photographers. Clients have included Vogue Australia, True Lingerie, Ilana Kohn, Sea-New York, Steven Alan, L'Officiel and Manifesto magazines, Republic Records, and Astralwerks, a division of Universal Music Group. IF YOU REQUEST TO BOOK: Please give me a description of your project, including the size of your crew, what type and number of vehicles, and a general description of equipment you will be using. Do you plan to dress the set or rely on extant furniture and props? (My original mid-century props alone justify a much higher fee.) Will you be shooting primarily outside or inside? UPDATE: I am open to negotiation on month or months-long, live-in, "residency" type rentals (I would not be there) when a crew needs to occupy a place, to "live in." I've never done that before so we'd need to negotiate a fee Also, if you are doing a music video, I'd like to know whether you will need to play live music or not. It's not necessarily a deal-breaker but I'd like to know
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The Real Bando
  • $80/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (59)
  • 59
  • Instant book
  • Atlanta, GA
This is “The Real Bando”. Bring your own props. A card table and a few chairs is about all we can provide. This setting is meant for scenes in which you would like to replicate the hood. Great for local filming and music videos. Nice safe location and is ready to film. This is an abandon/abandoned like setting.
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Light and bright mid-century!
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (7)
  • 7
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Light and bright mid-century modern post and beam. Tons of windows and glass. Vaulted, high ceilings with beams. Open floor plan. Updated to reflect all the current trends in finishes. Incredible chef's kitchen. Giant backyard.
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Infinity Pool & Jacuzzi Overlooking Los Angeles
  • $140/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (7)
  • 7
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
The house is located in a very quiet neighborhood near the Getty Center. There are many parking spots available on our street with no parking restrictions. The property is located at the end of a cul de sac street. We have an infinity pool and infinity jacuzzi overlooking the city and ocean.
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Brand new contemporary remodel! Photoshoots only
  • $85/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (29)
  • 29
  • Instant book
  • Moorpark, CA
No commercial activities including filming, vents, parties, and other nonresidential purposes are permitted at this time. No activities which require a permit. Stunning 5BD+4.5 BA. Home on a quiet culdesac. Excellent location. Walking distance to schools & parks. Remodeled and gorgeous! State of the art chef kitchen that features beautiful Quartz and Quartzite countertops, custom cabinetry and new stainless steel appliances. Custom design, state of the art kitchen with LED under cabinet and kick lighting. Large master bedroom with built-in entertainment center and LED fireplace. Oversized master bathroom that has dual sinks, large free standing soak tub w/enormous shower for two. Walls clad in bookmatch marble slab and mirror. Spacious his and hers walk in costs fully costumized. Spacious deck off of master bedroom. Very private entertainers backyard with outdoor kitchen & water fall black bottom pool. This home has Just been fully renovate including all baths and bedrooms. One of the most exciting new features is the indoor outdoor family room which opens into the pool with 20 ft of stackable glass doors. Some other features include 3 car garage, large laundry room, powder bathroom, fireplaces in both living room & family room and master bedroom.
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Renovated 1949 home on 1/4 acre lot in NoHo
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Renovated 1949 home on 1/4 acre lot with multiple structures and different styles in every room. Detached Garage has been converted to studio/office with concrete floors. Desert landscape with 10 fruit trees.
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What people say about Bachelor Party on Giggster

Javier S.
$ 2200
10 hours
25 people
3 years ago
Good space for an event with full professional kitchen. Hosted a bachelor party here for a foodie crowd, so serving the best while giving them space to have fun worked well in this open spot. Thanks, Amy, for hosting!
Emma M.
$ 3870
9 hours
15 people
3 years ago
Get-together for a bachelor party at this openn office space in Santan Monica. Daniel, the host was completely accomodating and the event went off without a hitch.
Javoni B.
$ 2900
10 hours
15 people
3 years ago
Get-together for a bachelor party at this open office space in Santan Monica. Daniel, the host was completely accommodating and the event went off without a hitch.
Sherida M.
$ 1194
6 hours
30 people
3 years ago
Great venue for an event with a complete professional kitchen equipment. Hosted a bachelor party here for a foodie crowd, managed to provide decent serving and plenty of space for the guests, thanks to the open spot. Thanks, Amy, for hosting!

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About Bachelor Party

A bachelor party is an excellent time for the groom to get together with his closest friends before the big day and say goodbye to the single life. It can be as simple as a fun-filled weekend drinking session with the gang or a relaxing camping trip with loved ones.

You want it to be an event to remember for the husband-to-be, so try to be creative and put some thought into the bachelor party venue. Wherever you decide to hold the pre-wedding celebration, it should ultimately be based on the groom’s interest and preference.

Perhaps, he prefers a peaceful environment at a farm or the beach to celebrate his last night of freedom. Maybe, he likes to go wild at the club or get some laughs while enjoying drinks at a comedy bar. If you want it to be extraordinary and memorable, consider other unconventional locations for an ultimate bachelor party experience.

The Best Bachelor Party Venues

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to organizing a perfect bachelor party. If you think you’ve hit the wall and no fresh ideas are coming to your mind, here are some venues you can explore for an event of a lifetime.

  • Resorts
    The wedding preparation is already overwhelming, so you’ll want the stag party to be like a vacation for the groom. And there’s no better place to achieve that than a resort. It offers a variety of entertainment options, so you don’t have to stress about what activity to conduct. You can plan a golf outing, dip in the pool or hot tub, or have a relaxing stroll to calm those pre-wedding jitters.

  • Bars and Clubs
    Unleash the bachelor in you and enjoy your last lap of freedom at your favorite bar or club. If beers, cocktails, live music, and dancing are your and your squads’ thing, then book your party at a popular bar in your area. It doesn’t have to be the fanciest bar or nightclub around, but you’ll want a space with an inviting ambiance.

  • Private Homes
    So, you want a place where everyone can chill and feel at home. Why not rent a house for the weekend? Bring your card games or video game consoles and enjoy a day of laughter, gaming, and fun. If you want a bright, open, airy, and comfortable home to stay overnight in, rent a mid-century home with ample space to accommodate your group.

What to Look for in Bachelor Party Spaces

A bachelor party that stands out is the goal, so you’ll have to prepare everything for it to build excitement and create lasting memories. You’ll need a carefully crafted plan and the right venue elements to achieve your objectives.

  • Size and Capacity
    When looking for a bachelor party space, it’s necessary to determine how many guests it can comfortably accommodate. Two venues may have the same maximum capacity but feel entirely different due to their size. Therefore, always visit the site to see if your guests can freely move through the area without it being too tight and restrictive to their movement.

  • Ambiance
    Creating the right atmosphere is a crucial part of organizing a party. Start with a theme, as it can help you decide on the style and direction of your party. Then, pick the right music, drink, food, lighting, and décor that fit your vision. Decorating a venue or modifying its design can be tricky and costly. That’s why it’s best to pick one already aligned with your theme.

  • Services
    Some unconventional venues only offer an open space you can convert into a functional area for your party. Others have additional services, such as catering, décor, entertainment, and lodging. For convenience, many hosts opt for conventional spaces, like hotels, restaurants, and event centers. But those who want to create more memorable experiences choose unique venues, like warehouses, lofts, and other industrial areas, although they’d have to provide additional services on their own.

  • Amenities
    Your bachelor party venue will likely provide audio-visual equipment, chairs, tables, WiFi connection, among other items. Still, check to confirm what amenities and additional facilities are available and if you’ll have to pay an additional fee for it.

Bachelor Party Inspirations

A bachelor party is an opportunity to spend time with the family and close friends before a new chapter in your life as a married person begins. It’s something you just can’t miss, even if you may not be a party person. But if the standard bachelor party isn’t your thing, here are some creative ideas worth exploring.

  • Stag Party at the Zoo
    If the groom loves animals, drive to the nearest zoo and get an up-close encounter with the animals. Some zoos may also feature a hall or specialized room for events, so ask if they have a rental facility you can use. You can have a unique function space by renting a zoo while contributing to wildlife preservation.

  • Camping Trip at a National Park
    Be one with nature and connect with your lads by organizing a camping adventure at a national park as a pre-wedding party. You can pitch a tent or rent a cabin and enjoy a scenic spot where you can watch the sun go down and the sparkling stars. Choosing a park as your bachelor party location is a great way to unwind and take a break from the stress of all the wedding planning.

  • A Boating Excursion
    A boat trip provides a chance to reflect on your life and disconnect from the noise of the world. It can help you re-energize after the daunting process of putting together a wedding. Rent a boat for a few hours and celebrate in style with your friends on the high seas.

  • Backyard Barbecue
    A bachelor party doesn’t have to be extravagant, daring, or full of adventure. For low-key grooms, a backyard barbecue can be the ultimate celebration before the big day. You can find someone from the group who would be willing to use his backyard for a night or rent a nice home with plenty of backyard space for the party.