Christmas film, Love Actually has been ranked as the second most famous TV and film properties in Britain according to new reports.
It will come as no surprise to Love Actually fans that the iconic Notting Hill mews house in the festive flick has become the second most valuable famous TV and film properties in Britain according to research at the mortgage comparison website, Bankrate.
The iconic two-bedroom house, on the street where Mark tells Juliet how he really feels using a series of panel cards, would today be listed for a whopping £3 million! This comes after last November when the home was on sale with Foxtons for “just” £2 million, yeah we don’t think even Santa could deliver us this gift at Christmas!
Christmas film Love Actually wasn’t the only famous British TV home to be estimated, enlisting the help of Anamaria Pircu, architectural designer and owner of VATRAA, everything from Vicar of Dibley’s Buckingshire home to Del Boy and Rodneys Only Fools and Horses Peckham flat were also evaluated.
So, what are the 10 most famous TV and film properties in Britain and just exactly how much could they cost? Below is a breakdown of the most popular properties.
1. The Big Brother house – £4.5 million
2. Love Actually mews house – £3 million
3. The Love Island villa – £2.5 million
4. Birds of a Feather house – £2.5 million
5. Sherlock Holmes’s 221B Baker Street flat – £2 million
6. Bridget Jones’ house – £1 million
7. Vicar of Dibley’s house – £650,000
8. Only Fools and Horses flat – £500,000
9. 4, Privet Drive – The Dursleys’ house (Harry Potter) – £475,000
10. Peep Show flat – £250,000