Notting Hill home featured in Love Actually goes on sale for £2.7m

Star in your very own Love Actually! Pastel green mews house that was backdrop for Keira Knightley scene in festive film favourite goes up for sale in exclusive Notting Hill for £2.7m

  • Three-bedroom property is seen in the backdrop of memorable romantic scene

A home which featured on Love Actually has been put on the market for £2.7million.

The luxury terraced property in exclusive west London neighbourhood Notting Hill was the backdrop for a Keira Knightley scene in the 2003 festive film.

The three-bedroom pastel green mews house on St Luke’s Mews is used in the scene when Juliet, played by Knightley, gets a knock on the door from the best man at her wedding, Mark (Andrew Lincoln) on Christmas Eve.

He arrives with a boom box playing carols and shows Juliet, who is married to Peter,  a series of cards expressing his love for her. 

The house can be seen as Mark walks away before Juliet runs after him and gives him a quick kiss. He then resolves to move on with his life without her.

A green pastel mews house in Notting Hill that was the setting for a scene in Love Actually has gone on the market for £2.75million

It features in the 2003 festive film during the scene Juliet, played by Keira Knightley, is visited by Mark, the best man at her wedding on Christmas Eve

The property comes with a large living space (pictured), kitchen, three bathrooms and an internal garage

In the scene, Mark, shows her a series of cards expressing his love for her. Pictured: Mark (Andrew Lincoln) showing Juliet a sign saying ‘To me, you are perfect’

The property comes with a large open-plan kitchen fitted with Miele appliances and a wine fridge.

It also contains a reception room, three bathrooms, an internal garage, set over four floors connected by a ‘feature staircase’.

The house is topped by a large living room complete with a south-facing roof terrace.

Its new owners would be a stone’s throw from several fashionable addresses, including market hotspot Portobello Road, while discreetly located on a quiet mews.

Notting Hill is home to a list of notable celebrity residents including Stella McCartney and Damon Albarn. 

As he is walking down the street, Juliet runs to him and gives him a quick kiss. He then resolves to continue his life without her.

The mews house is seen in the backdrop of the memorable romantic scene

Love Actually featured am all-star cast including Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Martine McCutcheon, Ant and Dec, Martin Freeman and Rowan Atkinson.

The film, directed by Richard Curtis was also shot at several other locations in London, namely Trafalgar Square, the Milennium Bridge, Selfridges department store on Oxford Street and Marble Arch.

Despite becoming regarded as a holiday staple, it received a mixed reception from critics who questioned its central message and depiction of women as objects of love. 

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