Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Follow in the Stars' Footsteps

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Follow in the Stars' Footsteps

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Byline: ROSALIND RUSSELL;COMPTON MILLER

You can achieve the ultimate movie fantasy if you buy a Victorian terraced house in Lansdowne Road, W11, on sale at [pound]3 million through John Wilcox and Co. Behind this well-proportioned, six-bedroom property are the two-acre communal gardens where Julia Roberts (right) and Hugh Grant's romance blossomed in the film Notting Hill. "The house does need some improvements," admits agent John Wilcox.

Patrick White, founder of the upmarket removal business Gander and White, is selling his mock-Tudor mansion on Putney Heath for [pound]3.5 million through Winkworth. The seven-bedroom property with a large garden was formerly owned by Sean Connery (left) when he was making the James Bond films. "The house still has Connery's old cinema and projector-room," says White.

Admirers of daredevil Donald Campbell may be interested to know that his old home is to be sold.

Abbots, near Dorking, Surrey, was where he lived while he was preparing to break his first speed record on water. …

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