Harry Potter fans can now live in real life Hogwarts where movies were filmed

Harry Potter fans can finally achieve their dreams of living in the majestic halls of Hogwarts as two luxury flats are now available right in the heart of the castle.

Right Move estate agency has put up an ad for ‘real dream’ two-bed apartments in the magicians’ school that dominated the plot of all seven Harry Potter films.

The 1,400sq ft dining hall at the Royal Connaught Park in Bushey, Herfordshire, was the Great Hall in the first three movies of the iconic series.

But the Victorian property, which used to be the Royal Masonic School for Boys, has now been turned into modern flats available to rent.


The flats, however, are unfurnished and the price to rent them out tunes up to £2,200 a MONTH.

Yet the agency calls for anyone with ‘enough Knuts, Sickles and Galleons’ to move in, so their new home may become the envy of the millions of Harry Potter fans across the world.

Those who do find enough bronze and silver to rent out one of the apartments, will revel in the 100 acres of parkland it is surrounded by.


If that wasn’t enough to persuade some would-be magicians, there is a private leisure centre just next door comprising of an indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna.

Oh, and for the Quidditch fans, there is also a tennis court where you can whack some balls around with your magic brooms.

The flats also boast a 24-hour concierge and a shuttle service to the Watford Junction and Bushey stations.

As if the fact that it served as the set of the movie series weren’t enough to warrant all care possible to preserve it, the Victorian Gothic stone and turreted building is a Grade II.



That means it is listed as a building of special interest and therefore every effort must be made to make sure it retains its beauty.

And to give it a final layer of glam, the Royal Connaught Park was also used as a set in British classics such as Month Python’s Meaning of Life, Hot Fuzz and TV shows such as EastEnders, Spooks and Midsomer Murders.

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