Potter fans, rejoice!

The house that was used as the setting for Harry Potter’s childhood home at 4 Privet Drive in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” is now up for sale.

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This modest house on Picket Post Close in Martins Heron was used as the setting for Harry Potter’s home in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” Zoopla

The three-bedroom house sits in the Bracknell suburb of Martins Heron, and has an asking price of £475,000 ($821,852).

Potter fans will love that the link-detached suburban property, which is being marketed by Chancellors on the property listing site Zoopla, even has a cupboard under the stairs – perfect to set up a bedroom just like the young wizard’s.

In the book and film, Harry lived at 4 Privet Drive with the Dursleys: his Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon, and cousin Dudley. Here’s what the Dursley residence looked like in the film:

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Harry Potter lived at this house before attending Hogwarts. Photo: Warner Brothers.

For people who want more space, the largest of the three bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom.

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The master bedroom has far more space than Harry’s cramped under-the-stairs closet. Zoopla

There is also a spacious living room, which leads out to a garden with a patio, a recently remodelled kitchen, cloakroom, and family bathroom, according to the listing.

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The living room opens out to a garden with a patio. Zoopla

The home has undergone a total renovation, while a new driveway with a garage door has been added to the property.

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The garden comes with a patio, and leads into the living room inside. Zoopla

According to the property listing, the house would require a mortgage payment of £1,516 ($2,623), and council tax payment of £169 ($292) per month, for a repayment schedule of 25 years.