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spellbinding home has secret harry potter room

Written by The ReReport

32 Trinity Blvd, Attwood, a luxury family home with a mysterious room, is up for auction on November 10 with a $900,000-$945,000 asking price.

A SECRET chamber that would not look out of place in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry lies deep within this Attwood dream home.
Young wizards and witches from JK Rowling’s famous Harry Potter novels would feel right at home at the four-bedroom house at 32 Trinity Blvd.

Hidden under the staircase — similarly to how Harry spent his first 11 years at 4 Privet Drive — the room is filled with Potter paraphernalia that will impress fans of the fantasy series.

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However, unlike Harry’s experiences at his awful uncle and aunt’s, YPA Gladstone Park’s Sam Scicluna said these owners had created the room with love for their grandchildren to play in.
“The secret Harry Potter room is the perfect hidden play area for the young ones,” he said.

Quality fittings adorn the house.

The property had conjured strong interest since it hit the market and Mr Scicluna expected at least three bidders to compete at the auction on November 10.
Prospective buyers were attracted to the presentation of the home, four large living areas and big bedrooms.

Where is the hidden Harry Potter room?

Its location in the Cambridge Gardens estate opposite Moonee Ponds Creek park and trails was also a drawcard.
“It’s in a serene spot just across the road from the park and an easy cycle to the city,” Mr Scicluna said.

An entertainer’s paradise.

With an asking price of $900,000-$945,000, the home features multiple living areas set over two levels, including one with a fireplace and another that could be used as a theatre room or music studio.

Room for music and art.

It comes with new carpet, chic plantation shutters, a designer kitchen with a new self-cleaning oven, and an outdoor entertainment zone flowing out to a mini orchard and oriental garden.

The heart of the home.

Mr Scicluna described Attwood as a small tightly held suburb with large quality homes in a prized location near the airport.
“When a property comes up for sale, it’s snapped up,” he said.
CoreLogic records show 38 houses were sold in Attwood in the year to July. The median house price rose 17.7 per cent to $764,750.


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