Hermione’s ‘Deathly Hallows’ Home for Sale


Sep 28, 2016

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Hot on the heels of 4 Privet Drive being listed, the house used as Hermione Granger’s family home in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 has gone up for sale.

The six-bedroom home, located in the Hampstead Garden area of London, is being sold for the first time in sixty years and is priced at a cool £2.4 million (roughly $3.1 million USD).

Here’s a description of the house from Arlington Residential:

“Offered for sale for the first time in almost sixty years is this detached house in one of the finest roads in Hampstead Garden Suburb. This 2490 sq ft , (231 sq m approx ) three storey home with many original features is situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac just a few metres from the entrance to the Heath Extension and its rolling meadows and woodland .This six bedroom home with substantial private garden provides excellent family accommodation within easy reach of the amenities of the Suburb, Temple Fortune and Golders Green ( Northern Line ).Sharp eyed film fans may recognise the house as the home of Hermione in the Harry Potter series . N.B. unlike a number of houses in the street 9 Heathgate is not a listed building . Accommodation consists of ; Six Bedrooms (one with terrace ), Two Bathrooms , Entrance Hall , Reception Room , Family Room , Kitchen/Breakfast Room , Guest WC, Utility Room , Front & Rear Gardens.”

Sounds like a trip to Gringotts is in order!

Read more at TIME and Moviefone.

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