Harry Potter-style pub could be yours for $780,000

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A Harry Potter-style landmark is up for sale for $785,000 - and it looks just like the famous Three Broomsticks Inn from the movie franchise based on J.K. Rowling's famous fantasy novels.

The historic restaurant is known as the "Seven Eyes" because it boasts seven windows poking from the roof.

It sits in a market square with a half-timbered exterior that would fit in perfectly in the wizarding village of Hogsmeade.

The pub is famous for its seven windows protruding from its roof. Source: Australscope/ Wales News
The pub is famous for its seven windows protruding from its roof. Source: Australscope/ Wales News

The pub - officially named The Myddelton Grill - is up for sale for £450,000 ($785,000) in the market town of Ruthin, North Wales.

It dates back to the 16th century after the Grade II-listed property traded to passing punters for hundreds of years.

Fans of Harry Potter can fantasise about purchasing their own Three Broomsticks Inn-style pub to serve up Butterbeer, Firewhisky, Gillywater and Mulled Mead.

The pub still has many of its original features. Source: Australscope/ Wales News
The pub still has many of its original features. Source: Australscope/ Wales News
The property offers a blank canvas for a Harry Potter fanatic. Source: Australscope/ Wales News
The property offers a blank canvas for a Harry Potter fanatic. Source: Australscope/ Wales News

It comes after the restaurant owners closed the doors in April when the landlord decided to sell the building.

"A renowned Grade II Listed building also known as The Seven Eyes standing in a prominent trading position in the centre of this very popular and picturesque market town," Estate agents Cavendish said.

"It forms part of the beautiful St Peters Square with a variety of trading uses adjoining to include The Castle Hotel, Post Office and a number of privately run shops and offices."

The property was bought in 1595 by Sir Hugh Myddleton who virtually bankrupted himself in providing London with its first fresh water.

- Australscope/ Wales News

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