BRACKNELL has been known to grace the big screen every now and then providing itself as a beautiful backdrop for film and TV.

Most recently film crews have been spotted across the town - pre pandemic - filming the likes of Disney's Cruella, or ITV's drama Unforgotten returned in recent months to the town centre.

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There was even a brief stint from boxing legend Chris Eubank who was spotted being filmed in Bracknell's KFC.

But which local film location would be the one to make it on to the list of 'most expensive houses from British TV and film'.

Of course, its the 'Harry Potter house' made famous at 4 Privet Drive from the very first Harry Potter film.

The three-bedroom home in Picket Post Close, Martins Heron, was used in the 2001 film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

In the film, a parliament of owls gather at the house to deliver Harry's letter from Hogwarts.

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In reality, according to mortgage comparison website Bankrate, a study has found the house is worth roughly £475,000 - making it one of the top ten British houses from TV and Film.

For the full rankings, see below:

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