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House Used For Harry Potter’s Home Up For Sale

August 12, 2017 | Posted by Joseph Lee
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The Huffington Post reports that the house in Lavenham, England used for Harry Potter’s home in the first Deathly Hallows movie is up for sale for $1.3 million. In the story, it’s in Godric’s Hollow, where Voldemort killed Harry’s parents. Its listing states the house appeared in the film “with a Christmas tree in the window, with lights on and music emanating.

It’s a 3,165 square ft. Medieval and Tudor-style home with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a reception hall, a drawing room, a kitchen, a garden and other amenities. In the Medieval days, it belonged to the second wealthiest family in England (after the King), the de Vere family. The facade has exposed and carved timbers, something that’s common for Lavenham homes and historic English homes. The Telegraph claims the home’s front door is “the most photographed in all of England.” Half of the home is currently being used for a bed and breakfast, with doors connecting the two parts. No offers have been made.

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