London house that starred in Love Actually goes on sale with an asking price of $ 6 million
A gorgeous London house featured in the 2003 hit rom-com Love in fact hit the market for $ 6 million.
Situated in the idyllic inner-city suburb of Notting Hill on one of its most iconic streets – St. Lukes Mews – the former stable three-bedroom, four-bathroom family home sits adjacent to the iconic Keira Knightley’s pink house and the fictional characters of Chiwetel Ejiofor.
The Pink House was made famous by the scene of Love in fact where Andrew Lincoln’s character professes his love to the character of Keira Knightley with a series of hand-written signs.
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Unlike the neighboring pink property, this solid brick stunner has been finished in a striking monochromatic color theme, with the exterior painted in a solid charcoal gray with white accents around the window sills and doors.
Inside, the home’s current owners have transformed the space into a minimalist, Scandinavian-themed sanctuary.
The open plan kitchen and living / dining room have exposed Siberian larch woodwork, as does the rest of the house, which offers a warm and earthy quality.
The kitchen also benefits from a large brushed stainless steel workbench that incorporates the four-burner hob and sink.
Other features include a roof garden designed by Tania Urban, a rooftop spa, fitted shelving and underfloor heating throughout.
Situated in the heart of the British CBD, the 139 square meter house and idyllic cobbled street are also close to popular attractions such as the Portobello Rd Market and several bars and restaurants.