JK Rowling bought the childhood home which propelled portions of Harry Potter.
Childhood homes tend to remain with every one of us our lives, and that is more valid for JK Rowling than for the vast majority. The author has purchased the Gloucestershire house she experienced childhood in, and which inspired parts of the Harry Potter series.
The writer JK Rowling drew motivation from numerous parts of her life to make her superb arrangement of Harry Potter books, not least the idyllic cottage in the Forest of Dean where she grew up. What's more, presently it's back in her grasp, after the writer got it this year for £400,000.
The Grade II recorded Church Cottage in Tutshill was JK Rowling's home between the ages of 9 and 18, while she went to close by Wyedean School, where she in the long run became Head Girl. The school and its educators are said to have given motivation to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and the highlights of the bungalow have additionally obviously made their commitment. It includes an under-steps cabinet, maybe the motivation behind the one where Harry Potter had to live during his youth with the Dursleys, and a trapdoor to a basement like the one in Hogwarts protected by the three-headed pooch Fluffy in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Harry himself winds up outdoors in the Forest of Dean, where he finds the sword of Godric Gryffindor, in the last book , Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The cottage also contains an inscription written on a window-frame, "Joanne Rowling slept here circa 1982".
Rowling's plans for the cottage are unclear, but she has reportedly obtained planning permission to rebuild the garage and to install dormer windows at the rear of the house.