Harry Potter fans can rejoice as the complex that was used in the Harry Potter films has been converted into luxury apartments.
Muggles now have the chance to move into Hogwarts, albeit for a small fortune.
It is a Victorian Gothic building and formerly it was the Royal Masonic School for Boys. It was the set for Hogwarts’ Great Hall and Professor Dumbledore’s office.
The Royal Connaught Park in Bushey, a 40-minute drive north-west of London, was sold in 1998 to property development company The Comer Group, and has since been renovated.
The former school sits on 100 acres and comes with a swimming pool, tennis courts, a fitness club, 24-security and a shuttle service to the train station.
According to The Comer Group, the complex comprises 357 apartments and houses and “no two dwellings at Royal Connaught Park are alike, from one-bedroom duplex flats with private roof terraces, to four-bedroom luxury apartments”.
Fans who want to live at Hogwarts can buy homes for between £312,000 ($A666,000) to £2.4 million ($A5.1 million).
The nearest train station is Bushey, but the bad news is the Hogwarts Express does not appear to stop there.