THEY say romance doesn’t come cheap – and neither does the famous movie house featured in one of Britain’s most celebrated Christmas films.
With a gorgeous exterior in an ideal London location, can you guess what celebrated movie earned the dazzling property some extra appeal?
Despite being located in Notting Hill, it is not Hugh Grant’s home from the famous flick of the same name.
Instead, the three-bedroom appeared one of the most well-known scenes from romantic comedy Love Actually.
The home stands next to the spot where Andrew Lincoln, playing Mark, confessed his love to Kiera Knightley, in the role of Juliet.
Holding placards to deliver his message, he took with him a small portable radio and played carols.
The unforgettable scene plays out all while her new husband – Mark’s best friend -is sat inside on the couch watching television.
The jet black property is next door to the pink house where the romantic scene took place.
But it’s going to take more than an undeclared love for another to get close to the property this time – perspective owners are instead in need of deep pockets.
The iconic house will hit the market at £3.25M with an en-suite to each of its three bedrooms, a tranquil rooftop and endless exquisite design features.
While there’s no guarantee the home will bring you love, the terraced house still boasts a range of delightful features.
Inside, the ground floor open-plan kitchen and dining room makes for a light and clean aesthetic.
The lucky new homeowner will be able to dip in the hot tub on the roof terrace before walking over to the outdoor kitchen to entertain guests.
Walking further through the house, potential buyers will notice a bespoke Schotten & Hansenwhich Siberian lurch wood wall — offering a Scandinavian twist — a feature that can be seen throughout the property.
The kitchen, also located on the ground floor, boasts a modern and sleek breakfast island and bespoke stainless steel fitted units.
Each bedroom comes with its own en-suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes.
The basement offers an entertaining room, storage facilities and even an opportunity for a fourth bedroom.
To tackle the miserable British weather, the house has underfloor heating throughout – cheering up the glummest of January blues.
Chelsea Whelan, partner in Knight Frank’s Notting Hill office, said: “Designed by Andy Martin Architects, the property’s black and white exterior is a contrast to the pretty pink house next door and offers a contemporary take on a traditional mews home.
“The available light throughout the three-bedroom house is captured creatively through the use of timber and glass; atop, a decked roof terrace features an outdoor kitchenette, a hot tub and views across the rooftops of the neighbouring picturesque properties.”