Harry Potter’s childhood home is officially on the market.
The house we all know as 4 Privet Drive in Surrey is actually in Martins Heron, a suburb of Bracknell, located less than an hour from London in Berkshire, England. The house was picked in 2001 to serve as the dreaded Dursleys’ family home in the “Harry Potter” films.
The house is listed at £475,000, or roughly $619,000. It has three bedrooms, although you could probably squeeze in a fourth in the cupboard under the stairs.
The home boasts a spacious backyard perfect for playing football, rugby or blowing up your Aunt Marge like a balloon. It also has a modern kitchen, in case you feel like baking cakes that a mischievous house elf will drop on your guests.
The home’s exterior was featured in the first film, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” though interior Privet Drive scenes were shot on a set. If you end up losing out on this house in a bidding war, you can visit a replica at Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London.
Take a look at the photos below to see if 4 Privet Drive is worth your half million pounds. If its magical history doesn’t entice you, we hear it also has
excellent access to the M3/M4 motorway and an updated alarm system, in case the Dark Lord comes a’knocking.
H/T Daily Mail