The picturesque Berkshire home where a young Harry Potter was locked in cupboard under the stairs for 10 years is now for sale! You can make your sadistic Dursley-esque dreams come true for a cool £475,000 (~$620,000).
While most of the surrounding houses in this Bracknell neighborhood typically go for around £250,000, the ownersare hoping to make a pretty penny on the house’s Harry Potter fame. The house was used in 2001 for the filming of the HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE, as the muggle prison/cozy suburban home where Harry spent his early childhood being ignored and abused by his asshole aunt and uncle.
GET ME ON THAT LEASE.
Potential buyers are likely primarily interested in the tiny closet where Harry spent long days and nights wondering why no one loved him, but no doubt they’ll also be thrilled by the spacious 3 bedroom’s recently renovated kitchen and lush backyard–perfect for raising emotionally damaged kids!
Recognize that living room? That’s the spot where Harry desperately fought for the letter that would free him from a joyless existence under the roof of his bigoted family!
I know this listing is supposed to appeal to Potterheads, but what true friend of Harry would ever want to live in the magic-sucking hell hole?
via Daily Mail