I am uncertain of the layout of Grimmauld Place and thus am posing my question here. To the right can be seen two possible layouts for the small square in relation to Grimmauld Place ... is Grimmauld Place one of many streets like a normal neighbourhood? Where I live, at the last, "Place" refers to a round or square pocket of houses with one way out. Is this the way Grimmauld Place is? This is purely for clarification, as Grimmauld Place holds no mention of this square and Grimmauld Square mentions it being opposite Grimmauld Place, surrounded by the houses of the adjacent street Grimmauld Place. That is confusing for me. --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 18:15, December 8, 2013 (UTC)

About what is said above, Grimmauld Place is a square. The right side of it continues beyond the square. It is the same on the other side. The bottom is a main road which also g121oes beyond Grimmauld Place. 12 Grimmauld Place is on the north portion of the square.

 |                         |            ==  (main road)
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 |                         |           -- or |  (Secondary Road)
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 |                         |            ***This is based off the real place where 
 |                         |             Grimmauld Place is filmed, 
 |                         |             Claremont Square, Islington, London, England
 |                         |             I believe 12 Grimmauld Place is 21 or 22
 |                         |             Claremont Square
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  E-   -W      (The map is basically upside down)