House From Iconic 'Love Actually' Scene Has Just Gone Up For Sale
If you've ever wanted to live in one of the homes of your favourite rom com, now might be your chance.
The gorgeous terraced house from Love Actually, where Mark romantically professed his love for Juliet by way of scribbled placards and a carol singer cassette tape, is currently on sale.
Fans will remember the iconic scene from the 2003, where Juliet (played by Keira Knightley) answered the door to Mark (Andrew Lincoln) while her husband Peter (and Mark's best friend) was watching TV upstairs.
Mark proceeded to show Juliet cards telling her: "To me you are perfect." Sob.
It was wholly heartwarming and made us long for someone to love us like Mark, but short of that, at least we might now be able to own the gorgeous home from the scene.
Currently on the market, the two-bedroom house features a dark grey exterior, and has two bathrooms, two reception rooms, large windows promising loads of natural light and even a roof terrace.
Knight Frank, who are selling the home, call it: "An exceptionally charming house in this famous cobbled mews in the heart of Notting Hill with superb living space inside and out.
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"This picturesque Mews House is spread over three floors and benefits from 1,500 square feet of internal living space with a roof-top terrace spanning the floor plate of the Mews.
"The ground floor features an open plan kitchen / dining room with rustic hardwood floors leading up to the first floor reception room which features a charming fire place and pretty Juliet balconies from the lounge."
There is a catch of course: the current asking price for the home is £2.75 million. Spare change, then...
If we're getting finicky, God knows how a young newlywed couple like Juliet and Peter were able to afford a place like that. Talk about unrealistic standards.
Still, let's not pull at that thread...
To find out more about the property or to, *cough*, buy it, visit the ad on Knight Frank.
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