Ready to move out of your regular ol’ muggle home? You’re in luck: Right now, the wizard housing market is hot as a bubbling cauldron.
Consider this stunning home in London that played the role of Hermione’s house in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” according to its listing agents. It’s up currently up for sale with an asking price of about $3 million.
The 2,940-square-foot home is situated on “one of the finest roads” in London’s Hampstead Gardens neighborhood, according to Arlington Residential. Six bedrooms, two bathrooms and a quaint living room make it the perfect place to cast spells relax and unwind.
The private front and backyard gardens leave space for plenty of magical activities, as well:
Harry Potter’s house from the films also hit the market last month. While Hermione’s home didn’t make as large an appearance in the movies ― it was shown only when Hermione erased her parents’ memories of her for their own protection, EW reports ― it’s still a spellbinding piece of real estate.