From Love Actually to The Holiday, these festive movie homes are now worth MILLIONS!

Many of our favourite Christmas films are set around some luxurious houses, but if you’ve ever dreamed of living in one then you better start saving up!

From Kate Winslet’s Surrey cottage in The Holiday to the Chicago mansion Kevin McCallister has to defend in Home Alone, these Christmas movie properties are now worth well in excess of £1million, purely thanks to their appearance in some much loved classics.


But how much would they all cost now compared to when the films were released?

Susan’s dream home in Miracle on 34th Street: £2,751,677 today, or £1.38 million when the movie came out in 1994

Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, house prices in the area have risen by nearly 100% since 1990.


The McCallister’s Chicago mansion from Home Alone: £1,571,521 or £1,562,148 in 1990.


Will’s EC1 bachelor pad from About a Boy: £1.5 million or £347,788 back in 2002.

Huge Grant’s abode in the film is based in St James Walk, Clerkenwell in London.
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Natalie’s Wandsworth terrace in Love Actually: £1.1 million or £255,024 in 2003.

Although the memorable scene where Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) turns up at Martine McCutcheon’s door was actually filmed in Herne Hill, redevelopment in the area means properties are selling for around £1million.

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