Are you a die-hard Harry Potter fan with a proclivity for buying property abroad? Then your tastes are oddly specific, but you're also in luck! Mirror Online reports that Royal Connaught Park, the building used throughout the Harry Potter franchise to represent Hogwarts, is being converted into apartments and homes. And they're all up for sale.
Here's the skinny on your future magical getaway:
The dining hall at Royal Connaught Park appeared in the first three magical films, and the property has been seen in a whole host of other filming projects.
Formerly The Royal Masonic School for Boys until 1977, the conversion of the esteemed property into luxury accommodation makes the most of the Victorian Gothic buildings.
According to Mirror, the dwellings will all be one of a kind, boasting luxury trappings like duplex apartments and rooftop terraces. But that cinematic luxury will cost you. Each of the 28 apartments will range from $1,000,000 to over $4,000.000.
Hey, if means sleeping in a room that was once occupied by Emma Watson, we're game.