The London home was featured in the Harry Potter films.

By Sarah Yang
September 28, 2016
Courtesy of Arlington Residential

Harry Potter has really taken over the real estate headlines lately. Last week, the house that stood in as the fictional wizard’s childhood home in the films was put on the market, and this week another house featured in the films was listed on Arlington Residential for £2.4 million (about $3.1 million). The London house was used as Hermione Granger’s—Harry Potter’s best friend, portrayed by actress Emma Watson—home in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, the seventh movie in the popular film series.

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’ll know that the house was used in the scene in which Hermione has to wipe away the memories of her non-magical, Muggle parents in order to protect them while she fights villain Voldemort and his Death Eater followers. (Spoiler Alert: Don’t worry, they get their memories back once Harry and the gang defeat Voldemort).

The house is located on a cul-de-sac in Hampstead Garden Suburb, a suburb of London. The six-bedroom, two-bathroom home has three floors and private gardens in the front and back of the house. There’s also a reception room and family room, and of course, a kitchen and breakfast room. Along with the gardens, there’s no lack of green space—the home is situated near the Hampstead Heath Extension, a large, open park.  

Take a look at photos of the home below, courtesy of Arlington Residential:


hermione granger house reception room
hermione granger house garden
hermione granger house exterior back