If you've ever dreamed of spending the night at a Harry Potter landmark, now's your chance to book for $142 per night on Airbnb. 

The De Vere House in the medieval village of Lavenham in Suffolk, England, is the filming location for Harry Potter's childhood home. In the fictional Godric's Hollow, Harry Potter lost both of his parents to Voldemort and acquired his lightning bolt scar. 

Harry and his bestie Hermione visited Godric's Hollow in The Deathly Hallows Part One to pay respects to his family and look for clues that could lead to more of Voldemort's Horcruxes. 

The De Vere House appears in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One.

Lavenham in the UK is a medieval village that dates all the way back to the Viking era and was founded in 1257. It's also notably the filming location of Godric's Hollow, seen here in the Harry Potter films. Harry Potter's childhood home and the scene of the crime against his parents is one of the protected medieval properties called De Vere House. 

The gorgeous property was once a bed and breakfast, but now it's available to book on Airbnb.

"Harry Potter" house
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A night's stay goes for $142 at the property. True fans of Harry Potter will recognize it right away, as portions of the property were used throughout the Godric's Hollow scene. The actual house is ages old, it was first built in the 14th century as a hall house but later partially demolished and rebuilt in 1929. 

Guests can stay in one of the two private bedrooms and have access to the entire property and a traditional English breakfast in the dining room. 

De Vere House
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There's a gorgeous courtyard, a private sitting room with a log-burning fire, and classic bedrooms with four poster beds. While there are modern amenities like TV and WiFi, because of the age of the property, it is not accessible to those with mobility problems, young children, or pets. The home is located right in the center of the famous medieval village and is filled with history.

There's so much history in the house. 

Harry Potter room
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A house this old has seen a few things, and it's not just Nearly Headless Nick making his rounds in the property. King Henry VII visited Lavenham in 1498. The village is also rich with history and was once a wool trading spot. There are more than 300 protected heritage properties that have been around for centuries, including restaurants, museums, and churches.

The front door is the most photographed door in the world, according to the Airbnb listing.

De Vere House door
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A picture of the door is on display at Universal Studios and is easily recognizable as Harry Potter's home. It dates back to the 15th century and has oak carvings that represent the De Vere family and their conflict during the Wars of the Roses. 

Harry Potter fans, or history buffs, will love to stay in this property. Go at Christmastime for a real HP experience, just like when he visited with Hermione in the movie.