Love Harry Potter? Then why don't you buy his house
Do you love Harry Potter so much that you've read all the books, and seen all the movies multiple times? OK. Do you love Harry Potter so much that you were at a store at midnight for the release of Cursed Child? Alright. But do you love Harry Potter enough to buy his childhood home for $620,000?
The three-bedroom house that was used as Harry Potter's home in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the first film in the series, is on the market. Chancellors has the listing for the suburban house, which is located outside London.
In the movie, the address of the home, where Harry spent his early childhood with his aunt and uncle living in a cupboard under the stairs, was 4 Privet Drive, but the real-life address is 12 Picket Post Close, according to CNN Money.
The listing says that the home includes a new driveway, is convenient to public transportation and has a "cloakroom," which definitely sounds (at least to Americans) like something enchanted.