Otis and Jean's house from Sex Education has been put up for sale
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Anyone who's watched Netflix series Sex Education – which returned for a fourth and final series on 21 September - will have found themselves in awe of Otis and Jean's incredible riverside home, daydreaming about joining the Milburns for breakfast on that stunning terrace.
See the house in all its glory below:
In a previous interview with LADbible, writer Laurie Nunn explained: "I think the hook of the show is so heightened - you know, obviously about the teenager giving out sex advice in a toilet cubicle - but it really felt like that needed a heightened world to match that.
"In my mind Moordale is not a real place. Even though we shoot the show in Wales, it's very much a fictional place.
"We see it like a teenage utopia, and I like to think of it almost like a comic book world where these teenagers exist."
But while the place in which the show is set might be fictional, the beautiful countryside home where Otis lives is very much real.
In fact, it’s just gone up for sale, meaning you could be swanning around on that terrace yourself someday soon.
The property is actually a huge chalet situated in Symonds Yat, a village in the heart of the stunning Wye Valley, Herefordshire.
The secluded home – a 100-year-old Norwegian wooden house – is accessed via woodland driveway and has been built on the hillside 500 feet above the river, serving up stunning panoramic views.
In recent years, it's enjoyed life as a holiday house for fans of both Sex Education and the beautiful scenery that serves as the series' backdrop.
But now, owner Stuart Morgan has decided to put the house up for sale after more than two decades, telling LADbible he and his wife felt it was time they passed on the honour.
"Twenty one years of ownership and think that it’s someone else’s turn," he said.
The five-bedroom home is on the market with a guide price of £1.5 million - not that you can put a price on that setting, surely?
According to its listing on Knight Frank, The Chalet was built in 1912 as a salmon fishing lodge, and was purchased by Morgan in 2002 when it was in need of 'complete renovation'.
"The Chalet was carefully extended including the conservatory dining room, following the Norwegian design," the listing says.
"Most of the plumbing and wiring was replaced, as was the roof. A bespoke wood painted kitchen was installed and the bathroom and shower rooms are contemporary in design.
"There are five log burning stoves on the ground floor, floors were replaced with wood and stone floors, and pitch pine doors stripped."
It continues: "The accommodation is arranged over three floors and the interior which is extremely well presented has a lovely, warm, friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
"The views from all the principal rooms are superb and the rooms are arranged around a central hall, and a gallery landing.
"There are French windows on the ground floor opening to the decked balconies and three of the four bedrooms on the first floor open onto balconies.
"The second floor bedroom suite is most attractive with vaulted ceilings, a separate sitting area and en-suite bathroom, both overlooking the River Wye.
"All the rooms have high ceilings and are well proportioned. Your eyes cannot be helped but being drawn to the beautiful surroundings.
"It is a truly magical property full of character and charm."
The 4.52-acre grounds also boast a number of outbuildings, including two greenhouses, a large level lawn and summer house, while balcony areas also feature a 'Swedish hot bath' and a custom built stone pizza oven.
There is also an opportunity to purchase an old chapel right at the top of the drive away from the house, subject to 'separate negotiation'.
Knight Frank adds: "The setting of The Chalet is quite exceptional with stunning views of the Wye Gorge from its completely hidden and wooded position. There is also pedestrian access from its grounds down to the River Wye. The property is approached over a very long in and out drive, through woodland. There are breathtaking views over the Wye River to the south and north from the interior, and from the strategically built decked external balcony terraces."