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Q's House, 42 Roupell St, London

James Bond and Moneypenny and the Aston Martin V8 on the streets of London during filming of No Time To Die.
James Bond and Moneypenny and the Aston Martin V8 on the streets of London during filming of No Time To Die.
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM
James Bond and the Aston Martin V8 on Roupell Street in London during filming of No Time To Die.
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM

Photo Nicola Dove © 2021 DANJAQ, LLC and MGM. All rights reserved.
Q's apartment indoor scenes were probably filmed on a set, not in the building on Roupell Street. James Bond (Daniel Craig), Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and Q (Ben Whishaw) in No Time To Die, an EON Productions and Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios film.
Photo Nicola Dove © 2021 DANJAQ, LLC and MGM. All rights reserved.

It looks like Q's home in the movie No Time To Die is located at 42 Roupell St, 42 Roupell St, London SE1 8TB, UK.

This address can be seen on a promotional behind the scenes set photos showing James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) arriving in the Cumberland Grey Aston Martin V8 and waiting in front of the door with number 42 on Roupell Street in London.

In the trailers we have already seen James Bond and Moneypenny visiting Q (Ben Whishaw), so we can assume these photos are from that same scene.

The house on Roupell Street is near Waterloo Station.

The building is an early-mid 19th century terrace of two storey, two window cottages. Stock brick with gable shaped stone-coped parapet front. Gauged flat brick arches to sash windows with glazing bars. Six panel doors, with cornice head and plain fanlight, under round gauged brick arch. Interior features include original staircases, dado rails and round arches on moulded consoles over hallways.

According to online records, the building last sold on 6 September 2006 for  £615,000. Currently the building is probably worth close to £1.4m, as similar houses in the same street have sold for £1.2m - £1.4m in 2016 - 2018.

For items in Q's room, like his laptop stand, drinking mug and more, see an overview here.

Note that the indoor scenes of the home were most likely not filmed in the building but on a set.

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Comments

Nice house. MI6 pays well :-) Colour of the V8 is Cumberland Grey, not Olive Green (OHMSS DBS)
Isn't the Aston Martin Cumberland grey? It is the OHMSS DBS that is a GM-sourced Olive green.
Why do some people keep calling it an 'apartment' when it's obviously a terraced house?
Thanks, color has been updated and updated to home or house.
the closest house on this street that looks like Q's on the inside is Number 8, this is the link for the last time it was listed for sale, similar features are the entry foyer, stairs, living room, kitchen, the glass roof next to the kitchen and epically the distinctive pattern of the pavers outside the back of the house which you cab see at 1:10:26 in the film. - https://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=566165...
Hi Ciaran, thanks for the link. The production designers of the film definitely looked at the design features of the interiors of the actual houses there, but Q's interior was built on a set.

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