Potterheads in Kent may now live inside Hogwarts, thanks to the transformation of the majestic home that served as part of the school in various Harry Potter films into houses for sale. Due to its appearance in the first three films of the popular franchise. Fans will recognize the dining hall of housing development, Royal Connaught Park, as Hogwarts’ Great Hall.
The majestic building, located in the Bushey, is built-in 1900. As a new home for the Royal Masonic School for Boys. which contain more than 800 students by 1939. Due to low attendance, the institution disbanded in 1977. It was renamed the United States International University before being immortalized in various films.
The magnificent Great Hall, which used to be where young fictitious wizards might feast, is now the Dining Hall for tenants who dwell in the 300 houses built surrounding the building by property developer The Comer Group.
Fans now have the fantastic opportunity to live out their childhood aspirations of attending Hogwarts. But at a cost, with two-bedroom apartments starting at £610,000.
Inside the renowned grounds of the gated housing estate, residents can enjoy a gym, pool, tennis club, and 100 acres of parkland. The stunning enchanting complex has billed by The Comer Group. As “the ultimate of contemporary luxury in perfect harmony with Victorian beauty,” is currently advertising homes for sale.
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