It’s Not Quite Hogwarts, but This ‘Harry Potter’ House Comes Close
Homes| | By Sierra McCleary-Harris
Calling all Potterheads! This is not a drill. We repeat: This is not a drill. There is a Harry Potter house that you — yes you —can stay in. It’s almost as if the door to the luxury Scottish apartment is a Portkey, instantly transporting you into a wizarding wonderland. Located in scenic Old Town, Edinburgh, the flat is what your HP-fueled dreams are made of. The two-bedroom abode is decked out in memorabilia in every single room, with many rooms reminiscent of the Harry Potter movie set. In fact, much of the furniture and other trinkets were once owned by Her Magical Highness, J.K. Rowling, herself!
The master bedroom is Griffindoor themed, with a four-poster bed and Harry Potter blankets. The second bedroom is smaller but no less enchanting, as it resembles a Hogwarts Express carriage. Except, you know, with a double bed and fancy schmancy TV. Potterheads deserve the best, after all. Plus, there’s a double sofa bed in the living room so you can fit your whole house, errr, group of friends. We’d be entertained enough just staying in such a beautiful and tasteful luxury apartment in Scotland, but there’s also a Playstation 4, Xbox 1, Wi-Fi, and more available for guests. In case you’re thinking of dragging the kids along, children younger than 8 years old aren’t allowed on the property. Makes sense; children sometimes have a tendency to be a little, shall we say, handsy — collectible or not. OK, enough reading about how absolutely magical this Harry Potter house is. It’s already booked solid through January 2020. What are you waiting for? What do you think of the apartment? Are you just dying to stay there, or do you think it’s a bit too much? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to SHARE the Harry Potter house with your friends. (H/T Apartment Therapy)
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