A HOUSE in Orlando has gone on the market for $5.6million (£4.1milliom).
The Florida mansion, which looks swanky enough from the outside, holds an impressive secret though – a hidden Harry Potter area, kitted out with characters, models and iconic moments from the book and films.
The home has been designed to thrill Potter fans and was built to be rented out as a holiday let.
A secret revolving door on the top floor will take guests from the rest of the house into the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter.
Guests will be greeted by life-sized models of Harry and Dobby who are stood next to a replica of the Hogwarts Express.
Fans can put pose in front of King’s Cross’s platform 9 3/4 before going to sleep in bunks on the train.
Estate agent Penny Stokes-Hilton said: “It’s wonderful for kids and adults to go onto that top floor.
“It takes your breath away. It’s just magical. I’ve never seen anything life it before in my life, and I doubt I ever will again.”
Up to 28 people can sleep in the house, which has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Six of the bedrooms come with en suite bathrooms, including a Harry Potter-themed master bedroom and a princess-themed room.
Non-Potter fans can still enjoy the home, which, in addition to the Hogwarts homage, features a gym, arcade and home cinema, as well as an outdoor pool with large sundeck.
If that has put you in a Harry Potter mood, head to the Warner Bros Studio to see the new ‘Magical Mischief’ attraction which opens on January 15.
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