Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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Potterheads, it’s time to prove you’re the ultimate Harry Potter-fanatic.

Well, those who can spare £995,000 anyway, as Harry Potter’s childhood home is now on the market.

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The De Vere House, which featured in the seventh film of the Potter series – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One – is now available to buy for nearly £1 million.

Sure, it’s ridiculously expensive, but what else can you expect from such an iconic property?

The Grade I listed property, which will forever go down in wizarding history as the birthplace of Harry and the place of his parents’ last breaths, is located in Lavenham in Suffolk, and features six bedrooms which includes an attic room, four bathrooms and a stable for those who want to home their very own Buckbeak.

Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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While there are no added features such as the cupboard under the stairs featured in the suburban home of the Dursley’s Privet Drive home, the property is home to a beautiful garden with an outdoor terrace.

That’s the perfect location to practice your Quidditch skills.

Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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There’s also a living room and dining room fit for banquets – which of course just has to consist of lots and lots of chicken drumsticks.

But while you live your best life shunning muggles, you will likely have to put up with a flock of them every now and again, as fans are regularly stopping nearby in hopes of getting a glimpse of the popular film location.

Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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Its doorway has been named the second most photographed in the UK, placing just under Number 10 Downing Street.

Currently, the property is listed on Rightmove under Carter Jonas, where it has been described as ‘one of the most prestigious with its beautiful facade and significant period features throughout.’

Harry Potter's childhood home is now on the market - but it's ridiculously expensive

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If only we had a cool £1 mil to spend on living out our wizarding dreams. But sadly, we don’t.

However if you do, please turn it into the best Hogwarts house it could possibly be.

If you need some inspiration on where to begin with the Potter decor – take a look at Primark’s new Harry Potter collection. The potion lights would look just magical in the garden.

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