Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is casting his wand over the New York property market – after just snapping up his third Big Apple property for a cool $6.4 million.
The 20-year-old wizard star now owns more than $16 million worth of property in the city plus a swanky flat back home in Fulham, London.
Radcliffe’s latest buy is a five bedroom West Village townhouse that measures 3,000 sq ft and was built in 1847 by a sea captain for his daughter.
The star’s mother Marcia’s name is on the deeds to the property and it’s registered to the same company as the previous home purchases.
His first New York purchase was two years ago when he splashed-out over $5 million on a Soho apartment which he leases-out for $4,800 a week.
Then a few months later, he paid just over $3 million for a three bedroom condo apartment with stunning views across the Hudson River.
He had planned to stay at the 11th floor property while he appeared on Broadway in the play Equus — which moved from London.
The young star — whose personal fortune is estimated at $32 million — from appearing in six Harry Potter films, is due to return to Broadway in 2010.
His wizard series co-star Rupert Grint also own homes worth $16 million including two country mansions in England and another detached house also.
Grint (Ron Weasley) recently bough a Hertfordshire mansion set in 22 acres for which he paid $8 million for.
His 18th century property has five reception rooms and six bedroom suites – it came with two cottages and boasts both inside and outdoor swimming pools.
Fellow Potter star Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), 19, who is currently studying at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island – also recently bought a $4.8 million North London townhouse plus a $1.6 million ski chalet in France.