THE owner of the house made famous in hit film adaptations of Harry Potter is selling parts of the property to fans.

The three-bedroom home in Picket Post Close, Martins Heron – or more famously known as 4 Privet Drive - was used in the 2001 film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

The home in Bracknell was featured as the fictional residence of the Dursley family where Harry Potter was forced to live in a cupboard under the stairs.

Speaking to the Sun, the owner has revealed a money-making plan – selling grass and bricks from the property.

They told the Sun: "If I could make money from it I would. We did sell some grass from here. We rolled it up and they bought it.

"We've got a load of bricks in this house which we took out when we had the extension done but we kept them”, which the owners intend to sell.

Speaking to the Sun about “constant” visitors, the owner said: "We've had people in floods of tears. It's bizarre. The kids, you get it. But obviously the adults. They dress up sometimes in full gear and recreate scenes.”