Bibbidi-bobbidi-BOO, bitch. Take a seat, J.K. Rowling, you Dementor, you.
If you're like us, you've decided to pretend that the Harry Potter series was written by a non-transphobic human, like, say, the late Alan Rickman aka Severus Snape. Since we're playing pretend, why not pretend to be a best-selling author by snatching up this 1927 castle in Jackson for your next writing pad?
This 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,000-sq. ft. castle sits on 20 acres in Jackson, Michigan, surrounded by miles of nature trails, which would be ideal for a hut for Hagrid. The home features vaulted ceilings, fit for broom practice, as well as original hardwood floors, multiple fireplaces, a basketball court that would probably be outfitted for Quidditch and a very Hogwartsian 60-foot tower with a spiral staircase. Perhaps one of the most magical features are the original stone walls inside the home. At the top of the tower, there's a patio, perfect for spontaneously landing a flying car.
This home is listed by Carey Chesney of Keller Williams.