It isn't in Notting Hill, and it looks nothing like the scruffy flat in the film of the same name. But it's Hugh Grant's former bachelor pad - and it's on the market for £10 million.
The penthouse apartment takes up the whole top floor of Petersham House in London's South Kensington, and has a stunning roof terrace with panoramic views over the London Eye, the Shard and Battersea Power Station. It also has its own direct-entry lift.
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Each of the three bedrooms has its own en-suite, with the master having a dressing room and walk-in shower. There's a huge double-height reception room, an open-plan kitchen/dining room and a gym.
"The interior of the South Kensington apartment has been designed by an internationally acclaimed design team and features solid dark American walnut flooring throughout, silk curtains and rugs, and custom-made chandeliers, all of which are sure to impress the ladies," comments Rightmove.
It's fitted with the latest home control technologies, independently controlled air conditioning and 50inch and 42-inch Loewe TVs.
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Outside, the terrace features a hot tub, outdoor kitchen, TV and surround sound, and there are electronic blinds that mean it can be closed off and used as an 'indoor' space.
Hugh Grant, who was brought up in nearby Chiswick, is believed to have lived in the penthouse from 2002 to 2003 after moving out of a property in Chelsea.
However, following the success of About A Boy and just before he started filming Christmas classic Love Actually, he moved out of London to the Cotswolds.
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Grant is now believed to own a £500,000 a villa in the resort of Torekov, Sweden, as well as several properties in London. Earlier this year, during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he confessed that he had been concerned that his house was haunted.
He even called in an exorcist who, he said, 'burnt around seven pounds of sage then banged a little drum and played an instrument and said all the spirits were gone'.