The Home That Inspired Kate Winslet's Cozy Cottage from The Holiday Is Now on the Market for $820K
Honeysuckle Cottage, in Surrey just outside of London, is on the market for $821,660, according to a listing by Hamptons International.
Although the property was not actually used in the film, set designers created Kate Winslet‘s Rosehill Cottage to look just like the whimsical countryside manner that’s now for sale.
The spacious home has three bedrooms, a family/dining room, a living room, a kitchen, a utility room, a cloakroom as well as one bathroom.
Hampton International describes the property as “a stunning extended period cottage with ironstone galleting and brick quoins under a tiled roof complemented by leaded light windows.”
Honeysuckle Cottage also features an “inglenook fireplace,” in addition to “delightful landscaped gardens.”
The secluded property is located in the village of Holmbury St Mary.
There are also a number of pubs in walking distance just like the film.
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In the movie, Diaz (Amanda) and Winslet (Iris) arrange a home exchange in order to escape their failed relationships. Amanda moves into Iris’ cottage while Iris moves into Amanda’s massive Los Angeles pad.
While there, Amanda meets Iris’ brother Law (Graham) and the two spark a romance. Iris also finds love in Amanda’s ex-boyfriend’s assistant Miles Dumont (Jack Black).