Ready for a magical move? You can now live at 4 Privet Drive. In fact, you can even live under the stairs like Harry Potter himself if you want to, though the property does have three very good sized bedrooms so there's really no need.
The real-life house which stood in for the fictional 4 Privet Drive - home to mean muggles Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia and Dudley Dursley - in the 'Harry Potter' movies is now on the property market. And can be yours, just as long as you've got almost half a million pounds sitting in your bank account.
Privet Drive is actually Picket Post Close in Martins Heron, Bracknell, Berkshire, but the property is undoubtedly the house Harry reluctantly grew up in. Just look at it. All it's missing is a hundred or so owls on the front lawn.
The detached property, which boasts 'a quiet cul-de-sac location' and an insanely neat back garden, was actually only featured in the first movie, after which the whole street was recreated in a studio. A replica of the building is even on display at Warner Bros Studio Tour.
This piece of Hollywood history is on the market for £475,000. Better hotfoot it to Gringotts sharpish!
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