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Harry Potter's House You Say??

18th Jan 17

Real Estate Sales Consultants often look to put their magic touch on properties, but one particular house in the UK has enough of that to have any muggle under its spell.

A three bedroom home in Martins Heron, Bracknell was recently on the market, and while that in itself seems unremarkable, it does have a unique selling point which is sure to get the interest of Harry Potter-crazed fans ... It was used as 4 Privet Drive, the home of Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon, who forced the boy wizard to live in a bedroom under the staircase in the 2001 movie "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone".

While the recently renovated house has plenty of living space, an ensuite bathroom and a large garden, it'll probably be the room under the stairs which will draw the most attention.

The home has a spacious backyard - Good for practicing spells!The home has a spacious backyard - Good for practicing spells!

The property, a short distance from the Martins Heron railway station, last sold for £290,000 (NZ$ 518,000) in May 2010.

The house was most recently being marketed for £475,000 (NZ$850,000) with the owners hoping that J K Rowling's spell would get them their asking price.

 

* Courtesy of www.newshub.co.nz

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