Over the years, Netflix has had some truly exceptional shows that have done extremely well both critically and commercially. But the heights of success that Ozark has reached were never seen before. A big factor in this can be the production support the show received from Netflix. It is filled with great on-location scenes and amazing equipment that make the show truly an endearing watch. But the most famous location from Ozark has to be the house where the family shifts to.
Now that the show is going to end in just a few days. The whole cast and crew are emotional while saying goodbye to the most crucial cast member of all-the house.
Last look into the Ozark house
It’s almost a cliche to say that a house is a character in a television program. The lakeside mansion has served as a crucial touchstone for the Byrde family (headed by Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) as they launder money for a Colombian drug gang in a Missouri tourist town over the course of three-and-a-half spectacular seasons.
Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and the team behind Ozark say goodbye to the show's most important location: the Byrdehouse. pic.twitter.com/a9WtzP1sSd
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In a new Netflix clip, the cast takes viewers behind the scenes of the Emmy-winning Netflix series to share their greatest experiences and highlight how much the location has meant to them ahead of the last set of episodes.
Sofia Hublitz, who plays teen daughter Charlotte, adds, “The house has always been constant and consistent in the story … It signifies their unity and togetherness as a family.”
Sofia’s onscreen brother Skylar feels really “bizarre” as he is walking in the last time. Skylar then shares how this house and the show were an actual growing stage for him. He was just 12-13 years old when he was cast in the show. So, the Byrde house was actually a second home to him.
Skylar then takes us around the house one last time, sharing important scenes that took place throughout the house, including Buddy walking down the lake to go skinny dipping which he remarks is “the most iconic moment of the series.”
The part Skylar says he will miss the most is the view.
Where is the house located?
Putting the Midwest aside, the 2,513-square-foot split-level home is notable for its midcentury architecture and abundance of floor-to-ceiling windows. It is situated on a large 1.27-acre lot on Gaines Ferry Road in Flowery Branch, Georgia.