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If you've ever wanted to live like Killing Eve's Villanelle - minus the murderous antics, obvs - then you'll be happy to know that you can now stay in her plush Barcelona apartment.
The assassin moves into the dreamy Art Nouveau Spanish property in season three of the hit show - but remains completely unfazed by its charms as she pushes open the ornate doors and takes in the view from the tree-framed balcony.
As it turns out, the property is available to rent through Airbnb, and will no doubt be a tempting spot for holidaymakers and Killing Eve megafans once lockdown's travel restrictions are lifted.
Christened Casa Ramos, the property was originally built for the Ramos family in 1906, and inside the decor takes inspiration from the Art Nouveau period.
There's a lot of space to waft around in a pink tulle Molly Goddard dress, if the urge takes you (and why wouldn't it?)
There's a grand reception hall, studio, dining and living-room, glass gallery, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
Plus, the Catalan interiors are to die for. Think pretty apricot-coloured tiles, high ornamental ceilings and hand-carved wooden doors.
Meanwhile, the glass doors leading to that all-important balcony flood the apartment with light.
What can we say, Villanelle has great taste. The TV killer is no stranger to luxurious properties, either. Remember her Parisian flat? That was something special.
And just like TV's chicest killer, the location of the Barcelona apartment is pretty fashionable too, being in the stylish area of Gracia not far from Park Güell.
Alongside its rich history, the apartment has been updated with all the mod cons, including WiFi and contemporary furniture.
Did we mention that it comes with access to a garden, private pool and a private balcony made for sipping a sangria and watching the sun go down?
We're already plotted our hypothetical holiday in this killer space.
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