Harry Potter's Childhood Home Is Now On The Market

Attention, Potterheads: we've got the perfect real estate offer for you. Featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Harry's childhood home – and also the site of James and Lily Potters' untimely deaths – is officially up for grabs.

Located in fictional Godric's Hollow in the movie, Potter Cottage is, in reality, a 14th-century cottage found in the preserved medieval village of Lavenham, to the north of London. 

On offer for a cool £995,000 (approximately $1.3 million), the six-bedroom house boasts two kitchens, a drawing room, sitting room and dining room. Basically, it's the Airbnb rental opportunity of the century for anyone with enough cash lying around. 

First hitting the market back in 2012, the picturesque De Vere House homed the second-richest family (after the king) during the medieval era.

Today, it's reported to be the second-most photographed house in the UK, following 10 Downing Street. The offer comes just a few months after 4 Privet Drive, HP's second childhood home, went on sale

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