The house that has been called the Harry Potter house of Berkeley is officially on the market for $1.495 million.
The house is storybook style architecture inspired by Hollywood story telling of fairytales.
This means there's features like gabled roofs, cobblestone, latticed iron, beamed ceilings, and even sometimes uneven features to make it look more whimsical.
The home is four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom with the facade brick with details of scrollwork and carvings like a cat cut out at the entrance.
Inside there's more brick, time, hardwood, and beamed ceilings with an upscale modern kitchen.
You can't forget the backyard full of trees, rose garden, greenhouse shed, and a fountain.
Would you live in the "Harry Potter" house?