Now you can spend the night in Harry Potter’s childhood home. The IRL home, known as the De Vere House, is listed on Airbnb—and it’s only $142 per night!

The home, which is located in the medieval village of Lavenham (in England, of course), has one bedroom, one shared bath and is the perfect size for two guests. The scenic Suffolk county area boasts more than 300 protected heritage properties and was featured as Godric’s Hollow in the Harry Potter film series.

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De Vere House is a historically important Grade I listed property in Lavenham, Suffolk 🌹 and is steeped in history and character. This building may be familiar to some (or many) from its appearance in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – forming part of Godric’s Hollow. This house takes it name from the De Vere family 🏡, where in Medieval times the De Vere family were the second richest family after the King of England. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 The property has been split into two wings – comprising of 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms spread over a total of 3,100 sq ft. The smaller wing has been used as a successful 2-bedroom holiday let property, whilst the principal wing contains the remaining 4 bedrooms, as well as a stunning hall, sitting room and kitchen/dining room. With a south facing garden of about 0.39 acres, as well as outbuildings & parking forms a further delightful feature 🌳 De Vere House proudly stands as one of Lavenham’s most prizes properties to this day 🏛 For more information about this property please DM us 📲 or contact @carter_jonas on +44 (0) 1787 844 313 📞 Guide price: £950,000 #home #house #countryhouse #gradeilisted #british #britain #britishhome #realestate #greatbritain #suffolk #historic #historichomes #greatbritishproperty #heritage #architecture #countryside #harrypotter #tudor #listedproperty #deverehouse #godricshollow #lavenham

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According to the Airbnb listing, “De Vere House is a highly acclaimed former Five Star and Gold Award bed and breakfast accommodation is re-opening now with Air B&B and offers stunning facilities. ”

Not only is this a gem for Potter fans, but this house is also a must-see for history buffs. The De Vere House website lists the home’s notable past. Along with a visit from King Henry VII in 1498, the home also held the sister and youngest brother of Charles II and James II in 1651 when they were under house arrest.

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