• 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 A small apartment in New York City is shared by Tina and Queenie Goldstein. Their¬†apartment is at least one floor up from the entrance to the brownstone building. The liveliness of magic-infused housework makes up for an absence of luxury. The Goldstein sisters’ landlady, Mrs. Esposito, does not allow them… 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