Flat above famous travel bookshop from 1999 film Notting Hill sells for £2.4million

Flat above famous travel bookshop from 1999 film Notting Hill sells for £2.4million

Hugh Grant’s Notting Hill apartment, located above his renowned travel bookstore, is for sale for a stunning £2.4 million.

The apartment, listed for £2.375million, boasts more than 1,400 sq. ft. of living space over three floors
Famous for its ancient antiques market, the shop on Portobello Road served as the exterior of the Travel Book Co. in the 1999 smash film.

The opulent three-bedroom home atop the hill is currently up for sale at a price that is likely out of the imaginary bookseller’s price range.

Hugh Grant’s famous travel bookstore in Notting Hill has an apartment for sale above it. The store (shown on the right) is now a gift shop but keeps its recognizable blue front.

The flat, which is marketed for £2.375 million, features nearly 1,400 square feet of living area on three levels.

Famous for its ancient antiques market, the shop on Portobello Road served as the exterior of the Travel Book Co. in the 1999 smash film (pictured: Hugh Grant as bookseller William)

The shop on Portobello Road, famous for its historic antiques market, provided the exterior for the Travel Book Co. in the hit 1999 film (pictured: Hugh Grant as bookseller William)
The film, which was nominated for multiple awards, depicts the star-crossed relationship of Grant’s character William Thacker, a modest shop owner, and Julia Roberts, who portrays Hollywood superstar Anna Scott.

It was a box office success, and fans continue to visit its sites across London, with walking tours to the shop and other locations.

The property, advertised for £2,375,000,000, features almost 1,400 square feet of living space across three stories.

In addition, it features an open-plan living room, kitchen, and dining area, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a big terrace.

The entire third level of the residence is devoted to the master bedroom, which features a steam room in the en suite bathroom.

The entire third level of the residence is devoted to the master bedroom, which features a steam room in the en suite bathroom.

Hermione Russell, of sellers Russell Simpson, stated, “This magnificent flat on Portobello Road offers a buyer the opportunity to acquire a piece of film history.”

The lovely triplex apartment, coupled with its prestigious location, is a genuinely unique sales opportunity.

The entire third floor of the apartment is dedicated to the master bedroom, complete with an en-suite bathroom, which includes a steam room
Alongside this prominent residence is one of the most well-known roads in the neighborhood, in the heart of Notting Hill, adjacent to numerous stores, clubs, restaurants, and the market.

Although the façade of the building was included in the film, interior sequences were shot in a private studio.

The opulent three-bedroom home perched immediately on top is currently up for sale at a price that is likely out of the fictional bookseller’s price range.

The film, which was nominated for multiple awards, depicts the star-crossed relationship of Grant’s character William Thacker, a modest shopkeeper, and Julia Roberts, who portrays Hollywood superstar Anna Scott.

The film, which earned several award nominations, tells the star-crossed romance story of Grant's charatcer William Thacker, a humble shop owner, and Julia Roberts, who plays Hollywood actress Anna Scott
The building was once the Nicholls Antique Arcade before becoming the Gong furniture store.

It is now a gift shop, but the distinctive blue façade has remained unchanged since 1998, when filming took place.

The shop hosted numerous significant scenes, including Roberts’ character’s iconic declaration of love.

 

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