If you went trick-or-treating in Circle C on Halloween, you may have seen a pretty magical home.
According to KVUE, homeowner Joel Pace is a huge Harry Potter fan -- so he takes advantage of Halloween every year to turn his house into his very own mashup of Hogwarts, Gringotts, Godric’s Hollow, Number Four Privet Drive and Diagon Alley.
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Pace said the decorations took about a month to hand-build, including a flying Ford Anglia from “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,” a large dragon perched on the roof, graves for Harry Potter’s parents and Dobby the House Elf, as well as a shop window modeled after Weasley’s Wizarding Wheezes.
Halloween’s over, so the Paces are no longer serving Butterbeer along with Halloween candy, but you may still be able to sneak a peek at the decorations before they get taken down.
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