The historic house where Lily and James Potter sadly perished at the hands of Voldemort on Halloween, leaving the Dark Lord thought to be dead, and scarred Harry the most famous baby in wizarding history… is up for grabs!
The Godric’s Hollow house is on the market for £995,000 ($1,645,000) and is ‘really’ located in Lavenham, Suffolk; a medieval village in England.
The home is also known as ‘De Vere House’ after it was owned by England’s wealthiest family after the King, the De Veres, from the 14th-17th centuries.
Covering 294 square-metre house, the home is currently split down the middle, with one-half acting as a bed & breakfast and the other as residential.
"In Medieval times the De Vere family was the second richest family after the King, and was responsible for creating much of Lavenham’s Medieval grandeur. The family also built Castle Hedingham Castle,” Carter Jonas has written on the house listing.
"An ancestor, Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford is widely believed to be the true author of the plays attributed to William Shakespeare.
"... One of the most important & historically significant Grade I listed houses in sought-after Lavenham with stunning period features, lovely south facing gardens of about 0.39 acres, outbuildings & parking. Also, made famous for its appearance in the Harry Potter films."
The house itself is absolutely STUNNING!
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