Series three of cult teen Netflix drama Sex Education has gone straight to the top of viewing charts since its release last Friday.
And the stunning red-and-white Norwegian-style wooden home where sex therapist Dr Jean Milburn (Gillian Anderson) and her son Otis (Asa Butterfield) reside gets another starring role.
The property, known in real-life as The Chalet, lies in the pretty Wye Valley in rural Herefordshire and was snapped up as a 'wreck' for just £355,000 in 2002 by its current owners.
After its appearance in all three series of Sex Education so far, the property has attracted huge interest and last year enjoyed a chic spruce-up after a collaboration with luxury paint company Farrow and Ball.
Indeed, owner Stuart Morgan was so inundated with requests from fans to come and visit the characterful five-bed property, that they've since opened it to paying guests, with a four-night stay in December costing around £3,000 - £750 a night.
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When Hollywood comes calling: Viewers have fallen in love with the 1912 wooden property, made in Norway originally, which sits on the banks of the River Wye at Symonds Yat in Herefordshire - and is the home of central character Otis (Asa Butterfield) and his mother Dr Jean Milburn - a sex therapist - in Sex Education
The third series of the Netflix cult teen comedy once again sees The Chalet, now available to rent, get a starring role - although the interiors of the house are filmed elsewhere (Gillian Anderson pictured Sex Education)
Owners Stuart and Cathy Morgan paid £355,000 for the property in 2002 and added terrace Jean sits on, which has been given a facelift after the owners enlisted the help of upmarket paint company Farrow & Ball to give the interiors a facelift
How the glass conservatory, which makes the most of the beautiful Herefordshire setting, looked before it was given an upmarket makeover
The Chalet's owners were so inundated with requests from fans to come and visit the characterful five-bed property, that they've since opened it to paying guests, with a four-night stay in December costing around £3,000 - £750 a night.
An education in interiors: The re-vamped kitchen in the property, which features a marble island and wood-burning stove
Dead salmon? The updated colour scheme sees muted pinks and mauves updating bedrooms and communal areas
The timber interiors of The Chalet, which was built in 1912 and made in Norway before being shipped to Herefordshire. The bathroom, features a gold stand-alone bath, wooden floors and a hazy blue wall colour
On Twitter, many viewers have been fawning over the exterior, which perches on the banks of the River Wye and looks out over the valley, since it reappeared in the latest series of the show.
One, @TVPartyPlanner, wrote: 'Jean and Otis's house is just the prettiest hours to end all pretty houses.'
Another, @itsleahrae_, added: 'It’s literally my dream to live in a house like this and 90% why I watch #sexeducation in the first place.'
@tinareginee added: 'The Milburn house is so pretty and the location is so ideal I wanna live there.'
Last year, FEMAIL spoke to owner Stuart Morgan, 53, a semi-retired insurance broker from Herefordshire, who revealed he'd bought the property as a 'wreck' and was delighted that the 'Netflix effect' had seen his home, which he no longer lives in, rise dramatically in value.
He said it had been a surreal experience watching the family property that he bought with his wife Cathy when his children were 'babies' become the object of people's desires. And even stranger seeing Gillian Anderson opening their front door.
Fans have lusted after the property after tuning in to series three, with one saying: 'Jean and Otis's house is just the prettiest hours to end all pretty houses'
A lick of sage green - and plenty of verdant green house plants - for the dining room have transformed the way the house looks
A kitchen in a moody indigo and a marble-topped island, with on point, antique lamps have added style to the food prep area
The Chalet's owner, Stuart Morgan, a semi-retired insurance broker from the area, told FEMAIL last year it was surreal seeing Gillian Anderson hanging out on the deck which he built a few years after buying the property - for £355,000 - in 2002
Terrace talk: The family created the terrace after living in the house for a few years to make the most of the property's stunning location; it's been a focal point for mother-and-son conversations during the second series of the hit show (pictured right: Otis and Jean sit reading on the terrace)
The colourful riverside property has long been a fan favourite and this season's release has only renewed their ardour.
Gillian Anderson's character, pregnant in series three, has frequently been seen reading copies of the fictional National Echo on the property's stunning terrace, which affords views of the River Wye and its verdant banks.
Morgan's own family - he has two sons, Aneurin and Llewelyn, with wife Cathy, moved out of the pretty house after ten years in it because they wanted to be 'nearer to civilisation'.
How the property looked before its makeover: the owners added the terrace which Dr Milburn is frequently seen on
Gillian Anderson outside the property in series two - a four-night break in peak season costs around £4,000
After renting out the home very successfully as a holiday home, the Morgans grew tired of the constant stream of tourists and rented to just one family, who were then approached by Sex Education's makers.
Morgan explained in 2020: 'The location manager for Sex Education is a local guy. Despite living in the area for all of his life, he'd never seen the house because it's tucked away on the hillside. He put a note through the door and the tenants got in touch and that was it.'
The 'kissing gate': In season one, the gate lived up to its name when when Ola and Otis (Patricia Allison) smooched at it
The raunchy subject matter featured in the show - series two opened with a masturbation montage that shocked some viewers and there's been even more bedroom athletics in series three - didn't worry the family too much; Morgan says the producers were 'pretty clear' on the content from the beginning.
While the property was originally bought for £355,000, Morgan says he's spent almost as much transforming it but hopes now that the programme's popularity - Sex Education is broadcast to a global audience - is bound to have seen his property's value spiral 'into the millions' - or at least become a very lucrative holiday rental.
For more information on booking a stay at The Chalet, visit thechaletsymondsyat.co.uk