Close
bsz7ghsx1rztru9wtzhl.jpg

You Can Live in the House Where Voldermort Killed Harry Potter’s Parents

There are a lot of ways to get the full Harry Potter experience – take the studio tour in London, visit the Orlando theme park, spend two days watching the Cursed Child stage play. Now you can add live in the house where the boy who lived got his name.

The English cottage featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One where Voldemort killed James and Lily Potter is up for sale. Murders are typically a black mark on a real estate record, but this one might actually icnrease interest. It’s an important event in Harry Potter canon as this was the moment that the evil Lord Voldemort failed to kill our hero, giving him the lightning scar, turning him into a walking Horcrux and setting off the whole wizarding series.

It actually appears to be a really reasonably priced home. The owners are asking $1.3 million for six bedrooms, two kitchens, dining, drawing, and sitting rooms. It’s a pretty idyllic location just outside of London and would make for a really great Airbnb. If you were so inclined, it would also make a very popular tourist destination, but it looks like a luxurious location for wizards and muggles alike.

The listing touts a 4/10 acre garden and a rich history, but does make a brief mention of its cinematic fame. “In more recent years, this historically important house has been featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Forming part of Godric’s Hollow, De Vere House can be seen opposite a fictional graveyard with a Christmas tree in the window, with lights on and music emanating.

There’s no indication you can access the home via Floo, but did we mention it includes parking? Accio Potter cottage!

Featured Image: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kelle Long

Kelle has written about film and TV for The Credits since 2016. Follow her on Twitter @molaitdc for interviews with really cool film and TV artists and only occasional outbursts about Broadway, tennis, and country music. Please no talking or texting during the movie. Unless it is a musical, then sing along loudly.

The Credits

Keep up with The Credits for the latest in film, television and more.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Vimeo
  • Instagram
If you are a California resident, California law may consider certain disclosures of data a “sale” of your personal information (such as cookies that help Motion Picture Association later serve you ads, like we discuss in our Privacy Policy here), and may give you the right to opt out. If you wish to opt out, please click here: