Harry Potter fans with some cash to burn might soon be able to live in the Great Hall. Royal Cannaught Park, one of the movies’ filming locations, is being turned into luxury condos. The former boys’ school northwest of London served as the set for the Great Hall in the first three Harry Potter movies. The real room is shown above. 

The sprawling Victorian complex on 100 acres of parkland has been rehabbed and turned into a variety of fancy dwellings between one and four bedrooms. No word if there are any house elves waiting to clean up the remains of your treacle tart in the real-life Great Hall, though. 

As a bonus, the location was also used as a setting for Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

[h/t: Curbed]