"And it got worse. He said Dad was an idiot to run around with Dumbledore, that Dumbledore was heading for big trouble and Dad was going to go down with him, and that he - Percy - knew where his loyalty lay and it was with the Ministry. And if Mum and Dad were going to become traitors to the Ministry he was going to make sure everyone knew he didn't belong to our family any more. And he packed his bags the same night and left. He's living here in London now."
Ronald Weasley to Harry Potter in 1995.[src]

This residence was where Percy Weasley went to live in after breaking ties with his family in 1995. It was in London. When Molly Weasley approached in an attempt to persuade Percy to return, he simply slammed the door in her face.[1]

It is unknown if he continued to live here after he reconciled with his family or if he and his wife, Audrey raised their two daughters, Molly II and Lucy Weasley in the residence.


Notes and references

  1. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 4 (Number Twelve Grimmauld Place)