More than 200 people have enquired about buying a house in Suffolk which featured in one of the Harry Potter films.
The grade one listed De Vere House at Lavenham is on the market for just under £1 million.
It featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows as part of Godric's Hollow.
It is thought King Henry VII once stayed there.
The movie versions of JK Rowling's Harry Potter stories were a hit with audiences around the world.
But now there's a are chance to lay your hands on some real film memorabilia.
The historic De Vere House at Lavenham in Suffolk doubled as the young wizard's birthplace - and now it's gone up for sale.
The Grade 1 Listed building on Water Street which dates from the 14th century, with it's wooden beams and herringbone brickwork, is also thought to have hosted King Henry the Seventh and even held a prince and princess captive!
But it's the starring role in Harry Potter which has brought it most fame.Owners Jan and Tony Ranzetta who've lived at De Vere House for the last 23 years say they now want to downsize - so the property is looking for a new owner.
The Harry Potter director David Yates is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Essex.
The BAFTA award-winning television and film director graduated from Essex in 1987 with a BA in Government.
He will join more than 2,600 students for the graduation ceremonies in July, and will be one of four Essex alumni to be presented with honorary degrees.