In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt 2, Harry and Hermione visit Godric’s Hallow. In the background of the shot, a glowing household can be seen. Now, this house, which has quite a history, is for sale, according to EADT24.
IT has graced the screen as the place of Harry Potter’s birth, is thought to have hosted King Henry VII and even held a prince and princess captive.
And it could be yours for a cool £950,000.
Grade I Listed, De Vere House, in Water Street, Lavenham, which comes complete with original beams and even secret doors, is now on the market.
Considering the house’s historic battle against dark forces, it seems only natural that its distinctive herring-bone frontage should take pride of place in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Mrs Ranzetta said guests who stay in the two bedroom annex, often watch clips of the film while staying.
The house is undeniably expensive, but still beautiful. If you had the money to buy it, would you?