The Film: Notting Hill (1999)
The House: William Thatcher’s flat
Location: Notting Hill, London
Estate Agent Listing: A compact, well-located small home, likely to appear to singles or those who don’t require too much space.
The biggest selling point here is the prime address, since it can be found in the heart of London’s attractive Notting Hill area, home to a multicultural mix and some beautiful architecture.
Comes complete with sweaty, underwear-baring Welsh lodger.
Can you get it for real? You could see if the current owners will sell it, yes.
But be prepared to shell out several million since it’s not actually the cramped, yet sexy flat from the film, but a beautiful home with a big garden that used to belong to Notting Hill writer Richard Curtis.
Oh, and the door isn’t blue anymore. It’s black – the blue door got auctioned for charity.