It’s almost as good as living at Hogwarts, right?
If you’re still one of those hopeful 20-somethings waiting anxiously for an owl to come and tell you there’s been a terrible mistake and you actually are a wizard after all, we have something for you. While we can’t guarantee you’re a wizard, you can wait out the rest of your Muggle days at Number 4 Privet Drive if you want.
The actual house used as the Dursley home for ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ is now for sale and can be found at 12 Picket Post Close in the suburb of Martins Heron in Bracknell, England?—?but if you change your return address to 4 Privet Drive in Little Whingeing, Surrey, we wouldn’t blame you.
The three-bedroom house (four-bedroom if you count the cupboard under the stairs) is being sold for £475,000—or about $620,000. It is being advertised as a quaint family home, though childhood home of The Boy Who Lived may be a good selling point as well.