Harry Potter and the multi-million pound property portfolios

Harry Potter and the multi-million pound property portfolios


It may seem like only yesterday that three wildly irritating, acting school debutants exploded onto our cinema screens demanding we take them seriously, yet now, with their multi-million pound fortunes tied up in some of the world’s most exclusive property, newspaper editors across the globe are definitely taking a serious interest.

With this weekend marking the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, it emerged that Rupert Grint – aka Ron Weasley – owns property assets worth £9.2 million.

At just 22-years-old, Mr Grint’s considerable portfolio includes two Herefordshire mansions and a central London apartment.

And as for Harry himself (Daniel Radcliffe, that is), the 21-year-old wizard owns no fewer than four properties in New York alone – a large 19thcentury West Village Brownstone and two apartments, one in the city’s achingly cool SoHo district and another overlooking the Hudson.

Together Mr Radcliffe’s properties are worth a cool £10 million.

Meanwhile, 20-year-old pin-up Emma Watson – who recently ‘shocked’ fans with her new elfin haircut – appears to be a little less flamboyant with her magical fortune. Despite being worth a reported £22 million, (£2 million more than Mr Grint), Miss Watson has ‘only’ a £1 million French ski chalet in Méribel and a £3 million house in London’s Hampstead area.

Still irritating? We think so.

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