The former Royal Masonic School for boys, which doubled as the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter film, has been converted into luxury apartments.
Situated 40 miles north-west of London in the town of Bushey, The Royal Connaught Park was sold in 1998 to developers and has since been renovated by restoration specialists Comer Homes. Comprising 347 apartments, "no two dwellings are alike, from one bedroom duplex flats with private roof terraces, to four bedroom luxury apartments; each new home has been individually designed with unstinting attention to craftsmanship" a representative said.
Although the homes come with a hefty price tag, designers have promised that a little bit of Hogwarts magic remains for each resident. The drive, entrance and great hall closely resembles that which was seen in the films.
A shot from Harry Potter The Order of the Phoenix © Photobucket
The old parts of the house were used to film scenes for Dumbledore’s office and Hogwarts’ Great Hall but after filming finished the building were left to fall into disrepair. The dining hall has been smartened up and is available for parties and celebrations for any owner’s convenience.
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There will eventually be 380 apartments and houses set in 100 acres of parkland with access to a fitness club and an underground swimming pool.
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For more information and sales enquiries visit: www.royalconnaughtpark.com