The house used as Harry Potter's home in the movie Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone failed to reach its reserve price at auction on Tuesday.
Filming took place at the location over two weeks
The home, owned in the film by Harry's dreadful aunt and uncle, the Dursleys, was due to be auctioned at a guide price of £280,000.
The three-bedroomed suburban cul-de-sac house that stars as 4 Privet Drive, Little Whingeing, Surrey, is in fact 12 Picket Post Close, Bracknell, Berkshire.
The house will now be sold in a post-auction ballot priced at £250,000.
Cupboard under stairs
The real owner of the house, Sandra Smith, was approached by Warner Brothers three years ago to use the building in their movie.
Filming took place at the location over two weeks as the property was transformed into the home of the Dursley family.
There is also a cupboard under the stairs, similar to the one where Harry is famously forced to live by his relatives.