The ‘Imposters’ Mansion Is Nabbed for $6.3 Million

The ‘Imposters’ Mansion Is Nabbed for $6.3 Million

True swindler stories may be the genre du jour on both network television and streaming services as of late, with audiences vigorously devouring everything from “Bad Vegan” to “The Dropout” to “Inventing Anna,” but the dark comedy series “Imposters” proves that fictional charlatan tales can be just as scintillating! Created by Adam Brooks and Paul Adelstein, the show, which ended its short two-season run on Bravo in 2018 and is now available via Netflix, follows Maddie Jonson (Inbar Lavi), a captivating con artist whose three most recent marks – sensitive romantic Ezra Bloom (Rob Heaps), loveable jock Richard Evans (Parker Young) and brainy artist Jules Langmore (Marianne Rendón) – band together to form an unlikely a trio in order to seek revenge on their ex.

Campy through and through, “Imposters” is a romp of a good time! As Adelstein told The Hollywood Reporter , “The thing that we always talked about that was the hardest thing to keep our finger on was this mixture of fun and a certain kind of lightness and adventure, but with real peril and real comedy without tipping it too hard either way.” Their goal was certainly achieved. Not only does the show make for a lighthearted, action-packed binge, but the sleek fashion, hairstyles and locations, which are ever-changing depending on the particular con Maddie happens to be running, prove a feast for the eyes!

And no backdrop is more stunning than the ultra-modern manse where her season one mark, wealthy Seattle-based tech entrepreneur Patrick Campbell (Stephen Bishop), lives. Don’t go looking for the sophisticated pad in Emerald City, though. Filming of the series’ inaugural season actually took place about 150 miles north in Vancouver. (For season two, production shifted east to Toronto and its environs.)

Purported to overlook Puget Sound, in reality, Patrick’s estate can be found just a stone’s throw from the Strait of Georgia at 2628 Queens Ave. in West Vancouver. (Please remember this is a private home. Do not trespass or bother the residents or the property in any way.)

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