Accio nostalgia! Harry Potter fans now have the chance to rent the boy wizard’s fictional childhood home in real life.
The latest in a string of novelty Airbnb listings — there was Downton Abbey, the Goodyear Blimp, Malibu Barbie’s Dreamhouse, even the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile — the real historic house was featured in the “Potter” films as Harry’s happy “Godric’s Hollow” home (before a certain nasally deficient dark lord entered the scene).
Located in Lavenham, England (about a two-hour drive from London), the 14th-century abode is named De Vere House, after the wealthy family that built it. Unfortunately, part of the house was later demolished and rebuilt in the late 1920s, according to Curbed.
The space features a stone spiral staircase, a medieval painting, hand-carved huntsmen on large wooden doors, regal four-poster beds, a private sitting room with timber ceiling beams and a candelabra chandelier.
A night in one of the two rentable rooms in the iconic house — with a shared bathroom — will set you back $142 per night. Muggles need not inquire.