Located in the Suffolk village of Lavenham, the stunning home, named De Vere, appeared in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows.
It features as part of the fictional town Godric’s Hollow, and can be seen in the movie with a Christmas tree in the window, opposite the graveyard.
The home is Grade 1 listed, and has extensive historical significance. In Medieval times it belonged to the De Vere family, were were famously the second-richest family after the King.
It showcases original medieval and Tudor details, including exposed timber exteriors, fireplaces, wall paintings and a rare stone spiral staircase. The distinctive front door appears in numerous guide books about Britain’s treasures.
The six-bedroom home has four bathrooms and comprises two separate wings, with a typical English country cottage garden filled with honeysuckle, roses, lavender and irises – and it comes with its own chickens!
It can be all yours for £995,000.