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Ask your nearest and dearest what their favorite holiday movie is, and there is a huge chance that at least one of them will say “Love Actually“. The 2003 romantic comedy is a Christmas classic for many reasons—I don’t know about you, but I’ll never forget *that* necklace scene—and now, super fans have the chance live in one of the homes featured in the movie.
Located on the same Notting Hill street as as the home of Keira Knightley’s character, the gorgeous home is on the market for £3.25 million, which equals to around $4.3 million. downstairs, the open floor plan has been carefully orientated to optimise the southerly light from the rear. There’s a modern and sleek breakfast island, stainless steel units, bespoke Schotten & Hansenwhich Siberian lurch wood wall, and built-in underfloor heating to keep things warm and toasty.
Also downstairs, there’s a spacious entertaining room, lounge area, and a basement floor which allows for a versatile fourth bedroom, if required—a great option for larger families.
Bedrooms feature their own en-suite bathrooms for privacy and plenty of storage space in the fitted wardrobes. For those lucky enough to get first dibs on the principal suite, the room spans the entire second floor and has a cozy window seat for a morning coffee and a chapter of your favorite book. Bliss.
Finally, there’s a spacious roof garden designed by Tania Urban, with a hot-tub under a veranda, outdoor kitchen, and sprawling London views.
“This architecturally re-imagined house is positioned just next door to the famous pink house where Mark – played by Andrew Lincoln – confesses his love for Keira Knightley’s character Juliet,” said Chelsea Whelan, Partner in Knight Frank’s Notting Hill office. “Designed by Andy Martin architects, the property’s black and white exterior is a contrast to the pretty pink house next door, and offers contemporary take on a traditional mews home.”