THE last remaining two-bedroom apartment newly converted at the film studios where great movies of the 20th century were made is likely to be a star attraction for homebuyers this weekend.

Plot 178 is the final home available in Korda House, the Grade II listed main laboratory at the Denham studios which were the centre of British film making for over 70 years.

Weston Homes £120 million development of 224 homes created by way of conversions of the original buildings and new builds is a story with a happy ending for a heritage site which otherwise might have been demolished or could have lost its magic through insensitive development. Today the place is still recognisable as what it was.

Two years on from the sales launch of the first phase of homes there are just a handful left to sell across the entire site.

The one remaining apartment in the main studio complex is £425,000 within the upper price limit for Help to Buy. Being in Korda House it’s on the ground floor of the building which includes the art deco actors’ bar and restored cinema.

There are two more two-bedroom flats available in a new block called Miles House – prices from £399,995.

Also available within the grounds are four bedroom houses starting at £649,000.

One or two of the remaining properties priced at less than £600,000 come within the remit of Help to Buy, meaning buyers who won’t own another home when they move to their fancy pad at Denham could be eligible to secure a plot with a deposit of five per cent and a five-year interest-free loan for 20 per cent of the purchase price.