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Flat for sale inside building used to film Great Hall scenes in Harry Potter

The building was used for the first three movies (Picture: Rightmove)

You could move into a flat inside the converted school building that was used to film scenes in the Great Hall.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom flat in Hertfordshire sits inside the Grade II listed building at Royal Connaught Drive, Bushey that was used in the first three Harry Potter films.

If that’s not enough of a draw for you, the near-1,300 sq ft apartment itself is pretty lush.

Situated on the first floor, the flat is bright and airy, with an open-plan kitchen and living area.

There’s an en suite and family bathroom, two double bedrooms, and underfloor heating.

Residents will have access to two parking spaces and a lift, and they’ll get to enjoy the 24-hour security service on the premises.

The kitchen/living area (Picture: Rightmove)

There’s a gym in the building, which includes a heated swimming pool.

A complimentary shuttle bus can also take you to the Bushey train station as well as stopping at various shops on the way.

One of the two bathrooms (Picture: Rightmove)

Royal Connaught Park used to be a school for boys and sits within 100 acres of greenery that residents will have access to as well.

As well as being 0.8 miles away from Bushey station, it’s 0.9 miles away from Watford High Street station.

Listed for sale with Breslauer, the 125-year leasehold (from September 2007) is up for sale for £699,999.

Breslauer has been advised there be a service charge of £3,484.14 a year and ground rent £625 a year.

The gym (Picture: Rightmove)

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