This Notting Hill Mews House from an Iconic ‘Love Actually’ Scene Just Hit the Market

A Notting Hill townhouse featured in the hit holiday movie Love Actually has made its way onto the market for £3.25 million, or about $4.35 million. The home’s bold, dark gray exterior neighbors the pink house where Keira Knightley and Chiwetel Ejiofor lived, and cue cards professing love for the former were shown. This part of the film is perhaps one of the most beloved and this charming house comes into view when Knightley runs out into the cobblestoned street after her admirer. Now for sale and forever encapsulated in the holiday rom-com, the listing may have London buyers saying, “To me, you are perfect.”

At roughly 173 square meters, which translates to about 1,850 square feet, the historic Mews house (aka carriage house) features three bedrooms and four bathrooms, all fitted with sleek finishes and warm light. It’s been reimagined thoughtfully, drawing on the clean lines of Scandinavian design.

The home’s white walls and concrete floors beautifully contrast each other, and there’s even a Schotten & Hansenwhich Siberian Larch wood wall. The kitchen’s polished cabinetry and ample counter space is a fabulous anchor for the home, either for entertaining or cozy nights in. Also positioned on the main level is a south-facing terrace just off the dining space. Additionally, the darling townhouse features a cool entertainment room in the basement with underfloor heating and smart lights.

Upstairs, the main suite luxuriously occupies the entire second floor. Ascending further, it’s the rooftop garden, fitted with a hot tub and an outdoor kitchen, that may really make buyers fall in love.

Now just waiting for the right buyer, Chelsea Whelan of Knight Frank holds the listing on one of Notting Hills’ cutest and most famous streets: St. Lukes Mews.