A Harry Potter-inspired flat in the heart of Edinburgh has hit the market for £315,000.
The two-bedroom property, in the Scottish capital’s Canongate area, looks ordinary from the outside but is a Potterhead’s dream once you step through the front door.
Set in the city where author JK Rowling began writing the hit fantasy novel, the unique flat is filled with eye-catching decorations.
The master bedroom is fitted out like a Gryffindor dorm room, with a four-poster bed and candles that appear as if they are floating.
The rare property also has a second smaller double bedroom that is decorated like a carriage from the Hogwarts Express.
A casual-looking living room is like a Gryffindor common room, while the hallway is covered in portrait wallpaper.
The theme continues in the kitchen with murals of a Dumbledore-like figure, a dragon, and a tree that resembles the Whomping Willow from the books.
A white owl that looks like Harry’s trusty pet Hedwig has also been hung on the wall as a final for the fictional series.
Keys and many other magical items are displayed throughout the magical house, which was decorated by Yu Gao, a Harry Potter fan and owner.
Estate agent Aberdeen Considine listed the property yesterday for an offer of over £315,000, saying: “This magical, rare and unique third floor flat will leave you mesmerized.
“Beautifully upgraded and decorated by a renowned interior designer, the magical theme of this property is truly captivating.
“The attention to detail of this stunning home will only be fully appreciated upon internal inspection and the property is to be sold fully furnished and as seen.
“The theme of the flat is evident as you walk through the front door with stylish wallpaper and furnishings that set the scene for the rest of the property.
“Within the hallway are three cupboards providing excellent storage.
“The main bedroom has two front facing windows, plus a full wall of full height curtains, wardrobe with hanging rails, and an attractive four-poster bed.
“Bedroom two is designed to replicate a train cabin with built-in beds and built-in wardrobes.”
Social media users were impressed by the property when the agent teased several images earlier this month.
Carrie-Ann Holland said: “Found your next home. Wondering if there’s a wardrobe under the stairs for the wee one?
Sarah Davidson said: “Cancel new house, that’s what you want.”
And Victoria Slater joked: “Accio Magical Apartment.
“I need this in my life.”
The first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, was released in June 1997.
It was written by JK Rowling at Elephant House Cafe in Edinburgh and follows the lives of Harry himself and his best friends, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.
It was later transformed into a film franchise, which ended in 2011, and has since had two spin-off films and a West End show.