Magical Harry Potter-Inspired Flat With A Secret Room Up For Sale
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A Harry Potter themed flat is on the market in Edinburgh - and if you're a Potter fan, you're going to be obsessed.
The flat is located just around the corner from where J.K. Rowling would write, and it even has a hidden bedroom behind a bookcase.
The one bedroom property is located in the heart of Edinburgh's Grassmarket area, which is said to have inspired Diagon Alley.
It even neighbours several of the cafés where the author wrote early chapters of her book.
And the property itself is so magical, with secret storage space disguised by a long Hogwarts-esque mirror. Meanwhile, the kitchen's whimsical wallpaper features antique portraits similar to those hanging in the halls of Hogwarts.
The apartment itself has a good sized living area and a modern kitchen-diner, as well as a woodland-themed bedroom, hidden behind a concealed bookcase door - which gives the room some serious Forbidden Forest vibes.
There's also a bathroom, with a double shower and a rustic copper coin floor.
The flat is located in the bustling city centre - but thanks to its newly-installed slimline sash and double glazed windows, noise is kept to a minimum.
"A superb opportunity has arisen to acquire a fabulous, magical-themed first floor apartment, within an un-paralleled location in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant and historic Grassmarket area," the description reads.
"Forming part of a B-listed traditional building, this truly unique and inspirational property features thoughtful design elements benefiting from carefully considered interior specification, and an acute attention to detail having been recently refurbished.
"Enjoying an enviable location at the bottom of Victoria Street, known locally as the inspiration for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter series, and a stone’s throw from all of Edinburgh’s major attractions.
"... Newly installed slimline sash and case double glazing window units. Newly installed boiler with energy efficient electric heating. Permit parking. Highly desirable, city centre location."
The one-bed property is being marketed by Warners with an asking price of £210,000. You can view the full ad here. We've got a feeling this will get snapped up ASAP!
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