16 August 2018

Harry Potter' house is up on sale for quite a price

09 August 17 - RE+D Magazine



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Solum Property Solutions

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Eurobank Property Services

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Pepper Hellas

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Dimitris Andritsos

CEO of Eurobank Property Services S.A Eurobank Property Services

Antulio Richetta

Director IBI Group
The De Vere House was used in the Harry Potter films to create Godric’s Hollow, the home town of Albus Dumbledore and birth place of Harry, where his parents James and Lily were killed by Voldemort.


The Grade I-listed home is in Lavenham, the medieval Suffolk village with the second-highest number of listed properties in the country, according to the Telegraph.

This is one of the most historically significant houses in the area, owned from the 14th to the 17th centuries by the de Veres, the richest family in the country after the monarch.

It is believed that King Henry VIII visited the house during a local hunting trip in 1498. The house is now on the market for £995,000 with Carter Jonas.

The six-bedroom house, currently divided in two, has several entertaining spaces including a reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room and two kitchens. 

Two of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. This property is not for the camera-shy, however; its front door,  with carved huntsmen on either side, it is said to be the second most photographed doorway in the UK, after 10 Downing Street.


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