• Houses and addresses A street in Little Norton, and – at number eighteen – home of Doris Purkiss, the witch who told The Quibbler that Sirius Black was actually Stubby Boardman (OP10). Read More
• Houses and addresses After Barty Crouch Jr. was smuggled out of Azkaban by his parents, he was taken back to his father’s home. There Crouch Jr. was nursed back to health by Winky their house-elf and he was put under the Imperius curse by his father. Bertha Jorkin came to the house with papers for Crouch Sr. Read More
• Houses and addresses Now filled with the “odor of old age, of dust, of unwashed clothes and stale food,” the Bagshot house has been home to Bathilda Bagshot for many years. The house is located in Godric’s Hollow, in between the town square and the Potter cottage (DH17). It was here that… Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories • Gardens and farms • Houses and addresses The Burrow’s garden is full of weeds, overgrown grass, gnarled trees, various magical and non-magical plants, a big green pond full of frogs, a broom cupboard and an infestation of garden gnomes that the Weasley’s can’t get rid of because Mr. Weasley is too soft on them; he finds them funny. Read More
• Houses and addresses The home of Dedalus Diggle – most likely located in Kent, judging by McGonagall’s suspicions (PS1) – was burned down by Death Eaters immediately after the downfall of the Ministry of Magic. Fortunately, he wasn’t home (DH11). Read More
• Houses and addresses • Muggle places • Streets, alleys, and lanes The phrase “Downing Street” usually is referring to number ten, Downing Street, the home of the British Muggle Prime Minister. This is where Kingsley Shacklebolt works undercover, protecting the Prime Minister during the war against Voldemort. After he helps fly Harry away from number four, Privet Drive, Kingsley is the… Read More
• Houses and addresses We’ve actually known the Dumbledore family to live in two houses: the first was in Mould-on-the-Wold, and was where Ariana was found and tortured by Muggles as a small child. After this happened, and Percival was sent to Azkaban for taking revenge on the Muggle children, Kendra moved the family… Read More
• Houses and addresses Located in the woods just outside Little Hangleton, the Gaunt House was home to Marvolo Gaunt and his two children, Morfin and Merope. The last remaining descendants of Salazar Slytherin, they lived there in poverty, speaking Parseltongue to each other and living in deplorable conditions (HBP10). Eventually, after the… Read More
• Houses and addresses Though Auntie Muriel may be old and cranky, she does offer (or perhaps allow) her house to be used as a safe home for the Order of the Phoenix. Ron and Tonks fly here from Privet Drive, for example (DH5), and once the Weasleys are outed as traitors, most… Read More
• Houses and addresses Located on a street where the houses have high, timbered gables and look “like gingerbread houses,” this was the house where the wand-maker Gregorovitch once lived. Voldemort comes to this house searching for information about the Elder Wand to find Gregorovitch gone; the woman who answers the door instead claims… Read More
• Houses and addresses Hagrid lives in a small wooden house on the edge of the forbidden forest. There is a crossbow and a pair of galoshes outside the front door the first time Harry and Ron visited. “There was only one room inside. Hams and pheasants were hanging from the ceiling, a copper kettle… Read More
• Houses and addresses We have not been given a location for Hepzibah Smith’s house, though Harry and Dumbledore visited it in the Pensieve. It was here that Tom Riddle first saw Hufflepuff’s cup and Slytherin’s locket – two items which he stole soon afterward and made into Horcruxes. It was a grand house,… Read More
• Houses and addresses houses found in the series: Bagshot House Burrow, the Diggle House Diggory House Dumbledore House Fawcett House Figg House Gaunt House Granger House Great-Auntie Muriel’s House Gregorovitch House Lovegood House Malfoy Manor Moody House number two, Magnolia Crescent number four, Privet Drive number seven, Privet Drive number ten, Downing Street… Read More
• Houses and addresses Ilvermorny cottage in County Kerry, Ireland’s valley of Coomloughra is the home of William and Rionach Sayre. Their daughter Isolt is born in the cottage. Ilvermorny cottage is set on fire when Gormlaith Gaunt attacks and kills William and Rionach (Pm). Read More
• Houses and addresses Home of Neville Longbottom, his Gran Augusta Longbottom and various other relatives (PS7). Read More
• Houses and addresses On a hillside some miles from the Burrow in south Devon lies a cylindrical house shaped like a giant chess rook – the home of Xenophilius and Luna Lovegood, and also the main office of the Quibbler. Predictably, the place is rather, er, eccentric, with perfectly circular rooms and curved furniture painted… Read More
• Houses and addresses Located in southwestern England in Wiltshire (OP15), the Malfoy Mansion is a “handsome manor house” with extensive grounds (DH1). Draco Malfoy grew up here with his parents, Lucius and Narcissa, and their house-elf Dobby. Dobby was freed in 1993, and we know of no other family members or… Read More
• Houses and addresses The home of Vernon and Petunia Dursley, their son Dudley, and (until July 27, 1997) their nephew Harry Potter. Little Whinging is in Surrey, which is located to the south and southwest of London. It is almost certainly to be found in the far north-west corner of the county, in… Read More
• Houses and addresses Presumably located across the street from the Dursleys’ house, number seven, Privet Drive is home of a woman who Petunia enjoys spying on, and who Harry refers to as “Mrs. Number Seven” (OP1).  … Read More
• Houses and addresses This Muggle dwelling is home to eight-year-old Stuart Jones, a fan of J.K. Rowling who writes to her on the FAQ – Other Stuff section of her website.  Though Dorset is a real county in southern England, this location is fictitious. Read More
• Houses and addresses Ten Downing Street in London is the official home and office of the British Prime Minister – and therefore the setting of the entire first chapter of HBP. Read More
• Houses and addresses Tucked away in northwestern London, a twenty minute walk from Kings Cross Station, lies number twelve, Grimmauld Place (OP10). Both Unplottable and hidden behind a Fidelius Charm, the house is invisible to all but a few (OP6). Though the neighboring Muggles don’t even know the house exists (DH12),… Read More
• Houses and addresses Found in Godric’s Hollow and once home to James, Lily, and Harry Potter, this cottage was destroyed in 1981 when Voldemort, after killing James and Lily, attempted to kill Harry as well and his Killing Curse rebounded, destroying his body and blasting off the corner of the building. Today the… Read More
• Houses and addresses Though few wizards realize it, the Riddle House holds an important place in wizarding history. Located on a hill overlooking Little Hangleton, it was the home of Voldemort’s grandparents, and the place where his father, Tom Riddle, lived both before and after Voldemort’s birth at the end of 1926. The summer… Read More
• Houses and addresses “A lonely and beautiful place,” Shell Cottage is a quaint seaside home to Bill and Fleur Weasley. It sits on a cliffside with a view of the sea and an airy backyard, and the sound of waves pulsate through the house (DH25). Located on the outskirts of Tinworth in… Read More
• Houses and addresses This brick row house is almost certainly where Severus Snape grew up, and then lived alone for most of his adult life. Narcissa Malfoy and Bellatrix Lestrange sought him out here in 1996, when he made an Unbreakable Vow to Narcissa that he would kill Dumbledore if Draco failed to… Read More
• Houses and addresses The home of Ted and Andromeda Black Tonks, this house was the safe location to which Harry and Hagrid flew while moving Harry permanently out of number four, Privet Drive, crashing into the back garden (DH4). The house’s protective charms were apparently enough to keep out even Voldemort. We… Read More
• Houses and addresses Introduction Home to the Weasley family, the Burrow is a house just outside the village of Ottery St. Catchpole (GF6), and is built so crazily that it must certainly be held up by magic. It is likely to have once been a farmhouse (though it looks more like it… Read More