It costs how much? Image: Vimeo

But it doesn’t come cheap!

Die hard Love Actually fans could land themselves a piece of cinematic history, with a house from one of the films most iconic scenes up for sale in London.

The scene we speak of is of course the moment Mark turns up at Juliet’s door with a bunch of signs detailing his confession of love.

And that very door on which he knocked (whole entire house) is now on the market.

The house looks very classy, two-bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms, plus it has its very own roof terrace ideal for sunny days.

It’s listed by estate agent Knight Frank. Image: Knightfrank.co.uk

Knight Frank have listed the property, saying: ‘An exceptionally charming house in this famous cobbled mews in the heart of Notting Hill with superb living space inside and out.

‘This picturesque Mews House is spread over three floors and benefits from 1,500 square feet of internal living space with a roof-top terrace spanning the floor plate of the Mews.

‘The ground floor features an open plan kitchen / dining room with rustic hardwood floors leading up to the first floor reception room which features a charming fire place and pretty Juliet balconies from the lounge.’

But here comes the catch… like most property these days the house is very expensive… a casual £2.75 million.

Yikes.