If you’ve ever watched Love Actually, you’re probably familiar with the famous love scene where Keira Knightley’s character opens her door to find Andrew Lincoln’s character divulging his unrequited love for her via a series of placards. As he walks away, Knightley chases him down the cobbled street, known as St. Luke Mews, and … well, you know the rest. The love scene has been parodied numerous times, including by Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton and, most recently, by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in his most recent election campaign video.
The hot pink home (number 27) where Knightley’s character lived in the film has become a tourist attraction, as well as the captivating Notting Hill street itself —amassing countless photos on Instagram from fans of the film, but also lovers of exquisite architecture.
Now, you can own one of the homes on this picturesque street. While it’s not Knighley’s iconic pink home, (which might be a good thing, as the current owner has been pleading with tourists for privacy) it’s located just across the street. This two-bedroom home, number 11, is for sale with Knight Frank for £2,750,000 ($3,513,647.50 USD).
As the listing notes, this home is situated “on one of the prettiest cobbled Mews in London.” This famed street hosts an array of colorful homes, like 27, and is around the corner from other tourist hotspot, Portobello Road.
The 1500 square-foot home is spread over three floors (including the rooftop terrace) and complete with relaxed interiors and tastefully distressed finishes.
The living room boasts a charming fire place and gorgeous Juliet balcony (not pictured).
The ground floor features an open space kitchen and dining room equipped with rustic hardwood floors.
Plus, the spacious large roof-top terrace allows the perfect setting for entertaining and idyllic dinners.
Interested? Chelsea Whelan holds the listing with Knight Frank.
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