Colin Firth's Love Actually film set home in Chiswick is for sale for £1.5m

The Grade II-listed garden flat in Chiswick was originally an artist’s studio for watercolour painter Joseph Nash.

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A Grade II-listed apartment which had a starring role in the hit 2003 movie Love Actually has just come on to the market.

The two-bedroom garden flat was the home of writer Jamie Bennett, portrayed in the film by Colin Firth. Jamie lived there with his girlfriend — until he found out she was having an affair with his brother.

The property is in Chiswick and was originally built for the English watercolour painter and lithographer Joseph Nash, who was apprenticed to the architectural draughtsman and artist Augustus Charles Pugin in 1827.


The layout is still centred around the original artist’s studio which is used as a big open-plan dining room with a wonderful large window and high ceilings.

It’s listed with John D Wood for £1.5 million.

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