Per Elite Daily, the house—known in the films as “Number 4 Privet Drive”—was used for exterior shots of the Dursley residence in the 2001 film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
photography by WARNER BROS
The linked-and-detached-style house sits in Berkshire, England and offers three bedrooms and a family-sized bathroom.
photography by CHANCELLOR’S UK VIA ELITE DAILY
The spacious living room is outfitted in hardwood floors and opens directly to the home’s rear garden.
Parker Sofa Sectional
Cabria Honey Brown Extension Dining Table
Becca Dining Chair in Taupe & Jute
Tondo 10.5" Bowl
Black Tie Large Wall Clock
The Arendal Chandelier
The charming kitchen comes complete with polished countertops and a center work island.
50s Style 4-Slice Toaster
50s Style Full-Size Fridge with Freezer
SMEG, Refrigerator, White, Right Hinge
KitchenAid(R) Artisan Stand Mixer
Structured Ivory Fruit Bowl 1A
Handled 2-Tier Wire Fruit Basket
And all of the bedrooms boast lattice-patterned windows with views of the beautiful backyard.
Little Modern Toddler Bed
Kids Trundles: Kids Honey Simple Storage Trundle
Pillowfort Campfire Critters Comforter Set
Pillowfort Jurassic Jams Comforter Set
Tiny Dinosaurs Set of 50
Out back there’s a large patio lounge for entertaining on the perfectly landscaped lawn. However, still no word on whether this place has any magical former residents.
Bradbury 5 PC Dining Set