It's not official yet, but a lot of compelling evidence suggests this derelict mansion in Detroit, Michigan is Batman v. Superman's take on Wayne Manor.
Chris Begley at Batman News has the scoop, along with a trove of photos of the Ransom Gillis House, the mansion in question. Amateur footage of the scene has been rolling in since last night, when passersby noticed film crew gathering at the site. Next came the cast trailer sightings, along with video of a GCPD car cruising through the scene, sirens blaring:
A man that goes by the name of Tony Detroit sent Batman News photos of the Ransom Gillis House, an abandoned mansion in Detroit which is being used as a set for the movie tonight. Tony saw the crew setting up and a security guard confirmed to him that it was for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. While it's not as big as other mansions we've seen Bruce Wayne live in on screen, they could certainly add to it with CGI in post-production.
More photos at Batman News.
H/t Flickering MYTH