For the second iteration, see Tremaine Manor.
The Tremaine Estate was originally owned by Ella's father, and after he remarries, Ella gains a new stepmother, Lady Tremaine, and two stepsisters, Clorinda and Tisbe. Ella's life takes a turn for the worse following her father's death, in which Tremaine becomes the owner of the estate and forces her to be her and her daughters' maid. ("The Other Shoe")
One day, as Ella is sweeping outside, Tremaine criticizes her for doing a bad job. Ella points out that neither Clorinda or Tisbe are helping either, but Tremaine reminds her that she wouldn't ask her to do the chores if only her father had left money so she could hire people. When a carriage from the King's castle arrives, Clorinda and Tisbe rush out, while pushing Ella out of the way. The man gives him an invitation to an upcoming ball, and states himself to be the prince's footman. Tremaine then remarks they were expecting the prince's butler, though he assures the ladies that the invitation is not any different coming from his hands. Clorinda, before taking the card from him, calls him filthy. Later that night, when Tremaine attempts to pick out gowns for her daughters, Ella asks if she can attend the ball too and shows them a gown she inherited from her mother. After Clorinda burns it in the furnace and coins the nickname "Cinderella" for her, Ella is comforted by her mouse friend Gus, during which she discovers a mysterious key. She recalls her mother telling her about such a key that could lead to another world, but then chalks it up as just a story. ("The Other Shoe")
The night of the ball, Ella sadly watches as her stepfamily leave for the castle. After their departure, a Fairy Godmother arrives to bring her to the ball, but before this wish can be fulfilled, the fairy is killed by Rumplestiltskin. Cinderella insists she is willing to do whatever it takes to change her life, so Rumplestiltskin strikes a deal with her, in which she will owe him something precious in return for his help. Once she agrees, he uses the Fairy Godmother's wand to transform her rags into a blue gown with glass slippers. ("The Price of Gold")
After Tremaine persuades Ella that Prince Thomas is only toying with her, the girl leaves the ball and accidentally leaves behind a glass slipper, before returning home. Gus reminds a heartbroken Ella of the key, and she decides to test it on the wardrobe, which opens a portal. Before she can leap through, Clorinda stops her from going and insists the prince is in love with Ella. However, Ella believes Thomas likes Clorinda because she saw him give her a rose during the ball, but Clorinda admits she actually loves the prince's footman, Jacob, and the rose was from him. Upon finding out Clorinda's plans to run away with Jacob, Ella gives her the key, so she and her beau can be together in a place where Tremaine will never find them. Later that night, after Clorinda has left to meet with Jacob, Tremaine gets the truth out of Ella, by threatening to shatter the glass slipper and spoil her chances of proving who she is to the prince. Despite that Ella complies with her demand, Tremaine shatters the slipper and locks her in the house. Snow White tracks Ella to the estate to help Thomas find her, but Ella is unable to answer the door when they arrive. Luckily, Gus attracts Snow's attention, allowing Thomas to unlock the door and reunite with Ella. She apologizes for deceiving him since she's only a maid, but he proves his feelings for her are real by proposing to her. After accepting, Ella hurries off to rescue Clorinda from Tremaine. ("The Other Shoe")
- The exterior scenes at the Tremaine Estate were filmed on Foxglove Farm, a 120-acre organic farm on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia. The interior scenes in Cinderella's attic in "The Other Shoe" were filmed on a studio set at The Bridge Studios.
- Ironically, Foxglove Farm also doubles as the home of the second iteration of Lady Tremaine and her family in the Season Seven episode "One Little Tear".
- The same building doubles as the exterior of the home of Edwin in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Who's Alice")
- The same farm doubles as the Storybrooke Pumpkin Farm for the episode "The Other Shoe". The scenes at the pumpkin farm were shot at the back of the building that doubles as Lady Tremaine's house.
- The house also doubles as the home of Isla, Seraphina and their house sisters in the Season Seven episode "Flower Child". A shed located on the farm was also used for the scene where Isla pours a bucket of mud onto Gothel.
- Foxglove Farm has also doubled as locations for other productions:
- The home of Simon Kress in The Outer Limits episode "Sandkings".
- The home of Jared Kane in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Icon" (an episode which features Once Upon a Time guest star Timothy Webber) and an East Germany house in the Stargate SG-1 episode "The Gamekeeper".
- The Salvatore Boarding House in the Pilot episode of The Vampire Diaries (a show which stars Once Upon a Time guest star Sara Canning).
- A Nazi stronghold in the Supernatural episode "Everybody Hates Hitler" and the Fox family home in the Supernatural episode "Celebrating The Life Of Asa Fox".
- A Fillory house in The Magicians episode "Have You Brought Me Little Cakes" (an episode which features Once Upon a Time guest stars Charles Mesure, Kacey Rohl and Ryan Robbins).
- An A.R.G.U.S. safe house in the Arrow episode "Bratva".
- Ian Flemming's manor in the Timeless episode "Party at Castle Varlar" (an episode which features Once Upon a Time starring cast member Sean Maguire and guest star Chad Rook).
- The Hollow Sky headquarters in the Beyond episode "Tempus Fugit" (a show which stars Once Upon a Time actors Jeff Pierre and Jonathan Whitesell).
- Thistlehouse during Season Two and Season Three of Riverdale (a show which features Once Upon a Time guest stars Alex Zahara, Barclay Hope, Bruce Blain, Jonathan Whitesell, Julian Haig, Liam Hall, Paul Lazenby, Robin Givens and Tiera Skovbye).
- The Big House at Camp Half-Blood in the 2013 movie Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (a movie which features Once Upon a Time guest stars Robert Maillet and Yvette Nicole Brown).
|Once Upon a Time: Season One|
|"Pilot":||"The Thing You Love Most":||"Snow Falls":||"The Price of Gold":||"That Still Small Voice":||"The Shepherd":||"The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter":||"Desperate Souls":||"True North":||"7:15 A.M.":||"Fruit of the Poisonous Tree":|
|"Skin Deep":||"What Happened to Frederick":||"Dreamy":||"Red-Handed":||"Heart of Darkness":||"Hat Trick":||"The Stable Boy":||"The Return":||"The Stranger":||"An Apple Red as Blood":||"A Land Without Magic":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Two|
|"Broken":||"We Are Both":||"Lady of the Lake":||"The Crocodile":||"The Doctor":||"Tallahassee":||"Child of the Moon":||"Into the Deep":||"Queen of Hearts":||"The Cricket Game":||"The Outsider":|
|"In the Name of the Brother":||"Tiny":||"Manhattan":||"The Queen Is Dead":||"The Miller's Daughter":||"Welcome to Storybrooke":||"Selfless, Brave and True":||"Lacey":||"The Evil Queen":||"Second Star to the Right":||"And Straight On 'Til Morning":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Six|
|"The Savior":||"A Bitter Draught":||"The Other Shoe":||"Strange Case":||"Street Rats":||"Dark Waters":||"Heartless":||"I'll Be Your Mirror":||"Changelings":||"Wish You Were Here":||"Tougher Than the Rest":|
|"Murder Most Foul":||"Ill-Boding Patterns":||"Page 23":||"A Wondrous Place":||"Mother's Little Helper":||"Awake":||"Where Bluebirds Fly":||"The Black Fairy":||"The Song in Your Heart":||"The Final Battle Part 1":||"The Final Battle Part 2":|
|Once Upon a Time: Specials|
|"Magic is Coming":||"The Price of Magic":||"Journey to Neverland":||"Wicked is Coming":||"Storybrooke Has Frozen Over":|
|"Secrets of Storybrooke":||"Dark Swan Rises":||"Evil Reigns Once More":||"The Final Battle Begins":|
Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.