Which Harry Potter Cast Member Has The Most Expensive Home?

In January, the 20th anniversary of the first "Harry Potter" premiere passed us by, as per People. The eight-part movie series defined many a fan's childhood and has stayed with them into their adult lives. The book series by JK Rowling, which was adapted to the big screen, captivated audiences around the globe as we watched young actors Daniel Radcliff, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and Tom Felton live out our wizarding dreams.

Since collecting their checks from the immensely successful "Harry Potter" franchise, many of the stars have invested their earnings into properties that they live in, rent out, or sell for profit. Others have decided to spend theirs on hobbies or stick to the homes they know and love. Let's take a look inside some of these houses, which range from modest to lavish. Read to the end to find out which witch or wizard left Hogwarts and found themselves in the most expensive home.

Robbie Coltrane only spends £1,000 per month on his two-story residence

Starting at the top with the least expensive home is Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in the "Harry Potter" film series. Coltrane has recently been featured in the news due to his home, which has been referred to as a run-down barn in a remote area of the Scottish Highlands. Ok! Magazine explains how the former movie star now leads a reclusive life in a converted barn, for which he holds a 20-year lease.

Coltrane's neighbor and landlord mentioned to the publication that he has not seen the actor in at least four years. It's said that he suffers from severe osteoarthritis in his hips that has made him wheelchair-bound for several years. This health condition seems to contribute to Coltrane's hermit-like tendencies as he can no longer drive his beautifully maintained American-made cars or get around his property as easily.

The barn conversion he lives in today is two stories and sits on a good section of green Scottish land. The most notable features inside the home include large floor-to-ceiling windows and a second-floor office with great views of the property. According to his landlord, Coltrane pays only £1,000 ($1,250) per month to live on the remote estate.

Maggie Smith has owned her five-bedroom, 15th-century farmhouse since 1981

Margaret Natalie Smith is a renowned actress known for many more roles beyond Professor Minerva McGonagall. According to People, her career has spanned over 66 years. You may recognize her work in the series, "Downton Abbey," as the Dowager Countess of Grantham. Or, you may remember her in "The Lady in the Van" as Miss Shepherd. Smith has received many awards for her acting abilities, which include four Primetime Emmys, three Golden Globes, and one Academy Award.

Today, Smith lives in a five-bedroom farmhouse in a quaint town called Pulborough in West Sussex, as per Velvet Ropes. The 15th-century brick house stands on a significant portion of land, which features a vineyard, three barns, an orchard, and a horse stable. Smith purchased the home in 1981 with her husband, Beverly Cross, who passed away in 1998. Here, she raised two children and was even treated for breast cancer, which she recovered from in 2009.

Tom Felton sold his house in the Hollywood Hills for almost $1.5 million

Since graduating from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Tom Felton has been spending his time growing his television and music career. The actor, who played Draco Malfoy, has dealt out his earnings from the movie franchise on luxury cars, expensive cameras, and golf trips, as told by The Richest. Despite his mother being a real estate agent, it doesn't seem that Felton has invested too much of his wealth into properties. It's unknown exactly where he lives now, but in 2016, he sold his micro-compound in the Hollywood Hills for nearly $1.5 million.

The 1,732-square-foot home, which Felton had only lived in for two years, includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The house, described as a 1920s bungalow by Dirt, also features a studio guest house that is detached from the main residence. The small home boasts at least two fireplaces, a den lined with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, an in-ground pool, and a kitchen outfitted with modern appliances. We can only wish to get a tour of his newest home when he's ready. Hopefully, he'll also give us a tour of his garage where he keeps his favorite supercars, a black Lamborghini Urus, a gray Lamborghini Aventador S, and a white Lamborghini Hurvacán EVO Spyder, according to Auto Evolution.

Emma Watson spent well over £1 million on her home in Islington

Since wrapping the eight-part "Harry Potter" movie series, Emma Watson has performed in several other films, including "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" in 2012, "Beauty and the Beast" in 2017, and "Little Women" in 2019. She has also made a name for herself in the political sector acting as U.N. Women Goodwill ambassador. Additionally, she's been named as one of the highest-paid actresses and one of the world's most influential women, as per Strange Buildings. What can't Emma Watson do?

The young actress, who was cast as Hermione Granger, owns a few properties around Europe. Her most recent addition is a vintage home in Islington's Canonbury square. This area is known for its expensive homes with grand, old-timey architecture. This village-like area of Greater London features top restaurants, gardens, and shops that all tie into the vintage aspect of the square. According to Urban Splatter, Watson's home is a bit larger than 2,200 square feet with two living rooms, four bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Based on similar residences in the area, she likely spent well over £1 million ($1.26 million) on the home.

Daniel Radcliffe collects NYC properties for as much as $5.65 million

As the leading actor in the wildly successful "Harry Potter" movies, Daniel Radcliffe was certainly able to rack up the zeros in his bank account. Most sources, such as Parade, report his net worth as $110 million today. Like some of his other wizardly co-stars, Radcliffe has collected a couple of properties.

Though the actor is somewhat secretive about his personal life, it appears that he spends most of his time in his $5.56 million vintage West Villa townhouse in NYC. The property was built by a sea captain in the mid-1800s, as per Square Yards. The home has three stories with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Six fireplaces are scattered throughout the home and each of the large windows looks out at a beautiful view of nearby gardens and the city beyond.

In New York City, Radcliffe owns another property, which he rents out for $19,000 per month, says Variety. The two-bedroom, three-bathroom condo located in SoHo, Manhattan, features minimalist furnishings and decor that enlarge the space. The residence, which has been on and off the market for some years now, includes a dining room, a living room, a kitchen, and a primary bedroom with a walk-in closet. The ensuite primary bathroom is equipped with a soaking tub and a giant walk-in shower.

Rupert Grint boasts a £24 million property empire

The actor who played Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise takes the cake for the most expensive home. He is still taking on small, regular roles in TV shows, such as "Sick Note," which ran from 2017 to 2018, and "Servant," a horror show that first aired in 2019. However, it seems that he invests much more of his time in his young daughter, Wednesday, and in his massive £24 million ($30 million) property empire, as per The Sun.

Grint owns several estates and three property businesses, which have earned him quite a bit of money. His companies, Clay10, Eevil Plan Properties, and Oneonesix development, have been spending millions of pounds on homes and rental properties. In 2009, Rupert Grint himself splurged on a £5.4 million ($6.8 million) mansion featuring three floors, six bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, a game room, a movie room, a gym, and giant reception rooms, all sitting on more than 22 acres of land. Interestingly, Grint and his small family have never moved into this estate, located in the village of Kimpton. Today, the property is said to be worth more than £6 million ($7.5 million).