up for sale.
The home, located in Picket Post Close, Martins Heron, in Bracknell, Berkshire, costs nearly half a million pounds – which, by today's rates, is about $652,000 in American dollars.
According to the Daily Mirror,
the house was only used in Harry Potter & The Philosopher's Stone
, the first Potter film. Later, fillakers re-created the whole street, and it's seen often in the Harry Potter series.
The completely refurbished home includes three bedrooms, a big family bathroom, a laid-out drive, and a large patio with a landscaped garden, reports Get Reading.
If you have a bunch of money to spare, want to relocate to the U.K., and are a die-hard Potterhead, then snatch this home
like it's a golden snitch before some muggle does.
Some people dream of waking up in Cinderella's castle, while others dream of waking up in a cramped cupboard, the way Harry Potter did at 4 Privet Drive. International house-hunters now have a chance to live like the Dursleys do as the famous house used in the Harry Potter films is