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Harry Potter house for sale with the cupboard under the stairs as a bonus!

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23 Sep 2016

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The house featured in the first Harry Potter film where viewers meet Daniel Radcliffe’s character Harry, who is forced to live under the stairs by cruel Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon.


Its most recognised feature might be the cupboard under the stairs but house hunters in Berkshire could own a magical property as the home of Harry Potter goes on the market.


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Its current owners have put the house on the market for £475,000 after an extensive renovation and buyers will get three bedrooms, plenty of living space and a sizable garden for that price.


According to the listing, the home is: ‘Situated in a quiet location, this detached property has recently undergone complete renovation to an extremely high standard.’


It’s ideal for commuters at just 0.2 miles from Martins Heron railway station.


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The street became Privet Drive for the 2001 film, but a set was used for subsequent films.


Once past the familiar driveway, there’s a large reception room, kitchen, diner and bathroom on the ground floor.


The garden has a large patio and grass area, perfect for families and entertaining.


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Upstairs there are three bedrooms, including a master with an en-suite and a family bathroom.


The new owners will be able to make their own use of the cupboard under their stairs which in the film was Harry’s pokey bedroom, with crammed in shelves and a camp bed.


The living room also featured in the film, where hundreds of letter from Hogwarts were dropped for Harry.


Our Home Insurance can protect you like a spell! Call 0800 294 4522 and get a magical quote today!


Picture credit: Warner Bros


Anethe Carvalho

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