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There’s nothing better than curling up on a cold, wintery evening in front of the television to watch a Christmas classic or some proper good TV. We’ve been talking a lot about our favourite shows here at GetAgent. Unsurprisingly, many of us were quick to think about all those beautiful houses… We took a look at what it would cost to move into our dream Christmas homes.

Unfortunately, Downton Abbey’s Highclere Castle Estate is slightly out of our price range. If it was on sale today, it’d be worth about £137 million.

London’s famously high property prices have also hit the homes of our favourite characters. It would cost £1.44 million to buy Bridget Jones’s Borough Market flat and just over £2.7 million to purchase Sherlock Holmes’ flat at 221B Baker Street.

It might actually be cheaper to live out your Christmas property fantasies in the US. That iconic house in Home Alone is comparatively cheap at £1.2 million. Or if you can’t face moving across the pond: Iris Simpkins’ beautiful Surrey cottage comes up at an estimated value of £528,203.

We’re particularly excited about the fact that Gavin and Stacey is returning after a decade - and that Stacey’s house is actually pretty affordable. Her terraced house in South Wales is the cheapest home we found at £173,788.

Check out the cost of all our favourite Christmas film and TV homes below:

Christmas Houses Infographic