If you are a drama fan, why not move to the Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in Spitalfields where last year’s big-screen adaptation of The Woman in Black was filmed?
A piece of the set is used as decor in the living room where Daniel Radcliffe, who played lead character Arthur Kipps, shot his scenes. The five-storey house was built in 1722 and belonged to leading 18th-century textile designer Anna Maria Garthwaite, who was celebrated for her gowns and fabrics, now in the V&A collection.
The property has just been bought by Rupert Hunt, the founder of flat-share website SpareRoom.co.uk. He is looking for two new lodgers to live with him and a friend. The web entrepreneur has listed the bedrooms for £500-£750 each on SpareRoom.co.uk. Search for Ad #2985955.