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{{Dialogue a-b|Ron Weasley|It's not much, but it's home.|Harry Potter|I think it's brilliant.|[[Harry Potter]]'s reaction shortly after arriving at The Burrow for the first time|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)}}
 
{{Dialogue a-b|Ron Weasley|It's not much, but it's home.|Harry Potter|I think it's brilliant.|[[Harry Potter]]'s reaction shortly after arriving at The Burrow for the first time|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)}}
   
'''The Burrow''' was the family home of the [[Weasley family]]. Located on the outskirts of [[Ottery St. Catchpole]] in [[Devon]], [[England]], it was a thoroughly magical dwelling that became a second home to [[Harry Potter]]. The Burrow is held up with magic, and is very cluttered inside, but very welcoming at the same time. In [[1997]], following the death of [[Albus Dumbledore]], The Burrow became the Headquarters of the [[Order of the Phoenix]]. The Weasleys were forced to abandon their home during the height of the [[Second Wizarding War]] when they became targets of the [[Death Eaters]].
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'''The Burrow''' was the family home of the [[Weasley family]]. Located on the outskirts of [[Ottery St. Catchpole]] in [[Devon]], [[England]], it was a thoroughly magical dwelling that became a second home to [[Harry Potter]].
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The Burrow is held up with magic and is very cluttered inside, but very welcoming at the same time. In [[1997]], following the death of [[Albus Dumbledore]], The Burrow became the Headquarters of the [[Order of the Phoenix]]. The Weasleys were forced to abandon their home during the height of the [[Second Wizarding War]] when they became targets of the [[Death Eaters]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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===The Weasley family home===
 
===The Weasley family home===
[[File:normal poahighres49.jpg|left|thumb|[[Arthur Weasley|Arthur]] and [[Molly Weasley]] with their children in [[Egypt]].]]
 
 
 
{{Dialogue a-b|Ron|It's not much, but it's home.|Harry|I think it's brilliant.|[[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]] and [[Harry Potter]]|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)}}
 
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[[File:The Weasley Family at Egypt.jpg|left|thumb|225x225px|The Weasley family]]
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The Weasleys had presumably been in residence at The Burrow for a long time, since at least [[1970]].<ref>Based on [[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]]'s birth year of [[1970]], and assuming he grew up at The Burrow.</ref> The Burrow had been the home to the nine Weasleys, although their numbers had thinned over the years as the children grew up and moved out. Despite being poor, none of the Weasleys seemed ashamed of their home, and it had a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It was a welcoming place, and friends of the family were regular visitors. The Burrow was described in [[1992]] as being as "''different as possible from life on Privet Drive''".<ref name="OP" /><ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" />
   
The Weasleys had presumably been in residence at The Burrow for a long time, since at least [[1970]].<ref>Based on [[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]]'s birth year of [[1970]], and assuming he grew up at The Burrow.</ref> The Burrow had been the home to the nine Weasleys, although their numbers had thinned over the years as the children grew up and moved out. Despite being poor, none of the Weasleys seemed ashamed of their home, and it had a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It was a welcoming place, and friends of the family were regular visitors. The Burrow was described in [[1992]] as being as "different as possible from life on Privet Drive".<ref name=OP /><ref name=HP /><ref name=DH />
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In the summer of [[1992]], [[Harry Potter]] first visited The Burrow when he was rescued from [[4 Privet Drive]] by Ron, Fred and George. He stayed with them throughout the summer, and came to regard The Burrow as his second home after [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]]. During this time, Arthur and Molly Weasley came to look upon Harry as part of their family, and made sure he was always welcome.<ref name="CS" />
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[[File:Screenshot_-_10_3_2013_,_7_17_04_PM.png|thumb|240px|[[William Weasley|Bill]] and [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]] jousting with tables during the summer of [[1994]]]]
   
In the summer of [[1992]], [[Harry Potter]] first visited The Burrow when he was rescued from [[4 Privet Drive]] by Ron, Fred and George. He stayed with them throughout the summer, and came to regard The Burrow as his second home after [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]]. During this time, Arthur and Molly Weasley came to look upon Harry as part of their family, and made sure he was always welcome.<ref name=CS />
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In the summer of [[1994]], The Burrow was alive with activity as the entire family was back under one roof since Bill had moved out to work in [[Egypt]]. The Burrow was further crowded with the addition of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, and the entire household, with the exception of Molly, attended the [[Quidditch World Cup]] final.<ref name="GF" />
[[File:Billandcharlie.jpg|right|thumb|[[William Weasley|Bill]] and [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]] jousting with tables during the summer of [[1994]].]]
 
   
In the summer of [[1994]], The Burrow was alive with activity as the entire family was back under one roof since Bill had moved out to work in [[Egypt]]. The Burrow was further crowded with the addition of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, and the entire household, with the exception of Molly, attended the [[Quidditch World Cup]] final.<ref name=GF />
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During the summer of [[1995]], the [[Weasley family|Weasleys]] temporarily vacated The Burrow, staying at [[12 Grimmauld Place]] in [[London]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]].<ref name="OP" /> The [[1996|following year]], Bill's fiancée [[Fleur Delacour]] moved into The Burrow much to the annoyance of Molly, Hermione, and Ginny.<ref name="HP" />
 
During the summer of [[1995]], the [[Weasley family|Weasleys]] temporarily vacated The Burrow, staying at [[12 Grimmauld Place]] in [[London]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]].<ref name=OP /> The [[1996|following year]], Bill's fiancée [[Fleur Delacour]] moved into The Burrow — much to the annoyance of Molly, Hermione, and Ginny.<ref name=HP />
 
   
 
===The Second Wizarding War===
 
===The Second Wizarding War===
 
====Order Headquarters====
 
====Order Headquarters====
Following the death of [[Albus Dumbledore]] in [[1997]],<ref name=HP /> the Headquarters of the [[Order of the Phoenix]] was moved from [[12 Grimmauld Place]] to The Burrow. Since Dumbledore had been the [[Secret-Keeper]] for Grimmauld Place, his death had weakened the [[Fidelius Charm]] on the location, and all those who had been told the secret were now Secret-Keepers themselves - including [[Severus Snape]], Dumbledore's killer. To prevent the enemy from discovering and infiltrating Headquarters, it was moved to The Burrow.<ref name=DH />
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Following the death of [[Albus Dumbledore]] in [[1997]],<ref name="HP" /> the Headquarters of the [[Order of the Phoenix]] was moved from [[12 Grimmauld Place]] to the Burrow. Since Dumbledore had been the [[Secret-Keeper]] for Grimmauld Place, his death had weakened the [[Fidelius Charm]] on the location, and all those who had been told the secret were now Secret-Keepers themselves including [[Severus Snape]], Dumbledore's killer. To prevent the enemy from discovering and infiltrating Headquarters, it was moved to the Burrow.<ref name="DH" />
   
[[File:Tumblr_ljcldnFdsW1qiir72-2.jpg|left|thumb|250px|Everybody crowding around injured [[George Weasley|George]]]]
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[[File:Tumblr_ljcldnFdsW1qiir72-2.jpg|left|thumb|225x225px|An injured [[George Weasley|George]]]]
In [[July]] of [[1997]], The Burrow was used as the rendezvous location for the Order task force assigned to escort Harry to safety from [[4 Privet Drive]] several days before his seventeenth [[31 July|birthday]]. Because of the need to protect Harry, The Burrow was defended by numerous protective spells in the hopes that they would be enough to keep Harry and the Weasleys safe. Following the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]], The Burrow became a sombre place due to the disfiguring injury to [[George Weasley]], and the news that [[Alastor Moody]] had been killed by [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]].<ref name=DH />
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In [[July]] of [[1997]], The Burrow was used as the rendezvous location for the Order task force assigned to escort Harry Potter to safety from [[4 Privet Drive]] several days before his seventeenth [[31 July|birthday]]. Because of the need to protect Harry, the Burrow was defended by numerous protective spells in the hopes that they would be enough to keep Harry and the Weasleys safe from Voldemort and his followers. Following the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]], the Burrow became a sombre place due to the disfiguring injury to [[George Weasley]] (lost an ear), and the news that [[Alastor Moody]] had been killed by [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]].<ref name="DH" />
   
 
====Wedding====
 
====Wedding====
[[File:Theweeddig.jpg|thumb|Burrow during [[Wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour|Bill and Fleur's wedding.]]]]
 
 
{{Quote|Harry had never seen the place looking so tidy. The rusty cauldrons and old Wellington boots that usually littered the steps by the back door were gone, replaced by two new Flutterby bushes standing either side of the door in large pots; though there was no breeze, the leaves waved lazily, giving an attractive rippling effect. The chickens had been shut away, the yard had been swept, and the nearby garden had been pruned, plucked, and generally spruced up...|Description of The Burrow before Bill and Fleur's wedding|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
 
{{Quote|Harry had never seen the place looking so tidy. The rusty cauldrons and old Wellington boots that usually littered the steps by the back door were gone, replaced by two new Flutterby bushes standing either side of the door in large pots; though there was no breeze, the leaves waved lazily, giving an attractive rippling effect. The chickens had been shut away, the yard had been swept, and the nearby garden had been pruned, plucked, and generally spruced up...|Description of The Burrow before Bill and Fleur's wedding|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}
   
However, the [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] of [[William Weasley|Bill]] to [[Fleur Delacour]] was scheduled to take place at The Burrow, and the house underwent a thorough cleaning in preparation for the big event. Molly used the cleaning of the house as an excuse to stop Harry, Ron and Hermione from planning to hunt down Voldemort's [[Horcrux]]es in an effort to stop them from embarking on their dangerous quest. However, her attempts were only partially successful.<ref name=DH />
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[[File:Theweeddig.jpg|thumb|Burrow during [[Wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour|Bill and Fleur's wedding.]]|230x230px]]
   
[[File:Theburrowwedding.jpg|thumb|left|300px|The great white marquee set up for [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|Bill and Fleur's Wedding]], outside the Burrow ]]Despite the hectic wedding preparations, on [[31 July]], the Burrow played host to Harry's seventeenth [[Harry Potter's seventeenth birthday party|birthday party]]. However, the party was interrupted by the arrival of [[Minister for Magic]] [[Rufus Scrimgeour]], who had arrived to disclose the contents of [[The Last Will and Testament of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore|Albus Dumbledore's will]] to Harry, Ron and Hermione. Each received an item that would eventually help them in their mission to defeat [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] and destroy his [[Horcrux]]es.<ref name=DH />
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However, the [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] of [[William Weasley|Bill]] to [[Fleur Delacour]] was scheduled to take place at The Burrow, and the house underwent a thorough cleaning in preparation for the big event. Molly used the cleaning of the house as an excuse to stop Harry, Ron and Hermione from planning to hunt down Voldemort's [[Horcrux]]es in an effort to stop them from embarking on their dangerous quest. However, her attempts were only partially successful.<ref name="DH" /> Despite the hectic wedding preparations, on [[31 July]], the Burrow played host to Harry's seventeenth [[Harry Potter's seventeenth birthday party|birthday party]]. However, the party was interrupted by the arrival of [[Minister for Magic]] [[Rufus Scrimgeour]], who had arrived to disclose the contents of [[The Last Will and Testament of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore|Albus Dumbledore's will]] to Harry, Ron and Hermione. Each received an item that would eventually help them in their mission to defeat [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] and destroy his [[Horcrux|Horcruxes]].<ref name="DH" />
   
[[File:Weddingdisrupted.jpg|right|thumb|[[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] and [[Fleur Delacour]]'s wedding is disrupted by the arrival of [[Kingsley Shacklebolt]]'s [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]].]]
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[[File:Kingley's_Patronus.jpg|left|thumb|[[Kingsley Shacklebolt|Kingsley's]] [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]]|235x235px]]
[[File:Kingley's_Patronus.jpg|left|thumb|[[Kingsley Shacklebolt|Kingsley's]] [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]]]] The day after, on [[1 August]], The Burrow held the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Most of the extended [[Weasley family]] were present, as well as Order members, friends, and the [[Delacour family]]. Harry attended the wedding in disguise by using [[Polyjuice Potion]] to resemble a red-headed [[Muggle]] teenager from [[Ottery St. Catchpole]]. During the reception, the wedding was disrupted when [[Kingsley Shacklebolt]]'s [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]] arrived and warned the assembled guests that [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] and his [[Death Eaters]] had [[Fall of the Ministry of Magic|taken control]] of the [[British Ministry of Magic|Ministry of Magic]], and were heading for The Burrow. With the full strength of the Ministry behind them, the Death Eaters [[Attack at the Burrow|broke the protective enchantments]] protecting The Burrow, [[Apparition|Apparating]] into the reception. Guests had already started to flee the scene due to Kingsley's warning, including the Death Eaters' primary target, Harry Potter, along with Hermione and Ron. The Ministry, aware of the Weasleys' ties to Harry, questioned the family and any remaining guests before releasing them.<ref name=DH />
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[[File:166597643-fed6c6f2b1f76875a2f5f915c1dd5767.4c9b6b70-full.jpg|left|thumb|[[Harry Potter|Harry]] trying to save [[Ginny Weasley|Ginny]] while subsequently stopped by [[Remus Lupin]].]]
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The day after Harry's birthday, on [[1 August]], The Burrow held the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Most of the extended [[Weasley family]] were present, as well as Order members, friends, and the [[Delacour family]]. Harry attended the wedding in disguise by using [[Polyjuice Potion]] to resemble a red-headed [[Muggle]] teenager from [[Ottery St. Catchpole]]. During the reception, the wedding was disrupted when [[Kingsley Shacklebolt]]'s [[Patronus Charm|Patronus]] arrived and warned the assembled guests that [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] and his [[Death Eaters]] had [[Fall of the Ministry of Magic|taken control]] of the [[British Ministry of Magic|Ministry of Magic]], and were heading for The Burrow. With the full strength of the Ministry behind them, the Death Eaters [[Attack at the Burrow|broke the protective enchantments]] protecting The Burrow, [[Apparition|Apparating]] into the reception. Guests had already started to flee the scene due to Kingsley's warning, including the Death Eaters' primary target, Harry Potter, along with Hermione and Ron. The Ministry, aware of the Weasleys' ties to Harry, questioned the family and any remaining guests before releasing them.<ref name="DH" />
   
 
====Abandonment====
 
====Abandonment====
During the [[Easter]] holidays in [[1998]], the Weasleys were forced to abandon The Burrow when the [[Death Eaters]] finally discovered that Ron was assisting Harry after they were incarcerated at [[Malfoy Manor]]. Ron, with the assistance of Fred, George, and his father, had disguised the [[Weasley family ghoul|family ghoul]] as himself sick with [[spattergroit]] to explain his absence from school. However, he was recognised when he, Harry, and Hermione were captured by [[Snatchers]] and [[Skirmish at Malfoy Manor|brought to Malfoy Manor]]. The Weasleys had already been under suspicion as "[[blood traitor]]s" with ties to the Order, but were now known to be actively supporting [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]]'s enemies. Fearing reprisals from Voldemort and his Death Eaters, the Weasleys stayed at the home of Aunt [[Muriel]] and at [[Shell Cottage]], which they protected with a [[Fidelius Charm]].<ref name=DH />
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During the [[Easter]] holidays in [[1998]], the Weasleys were forced to abandon The Burrow when the [[Death Eaters]] finally discovered that Ron was assisting Harry after they were incarcerated at [[Malfoy Manor]]. Ron, with the assistance of Fred, George, and his father, had disguised the [[Weasley family ghoul|family ghoul]] as himself sick with [[spattergroit]] to explain his absence from school. However, he was recognised when he, Harry, and Hermione were captured by [[Snatchers]] and [[Skirmish at Malfoy Manor|brought to Malfoy Manor]]. The Weasleys had already been under suspicion as "[[blood traitor|''blood traitor'']]''s''" with ties to the Order, but were now known to be actively supporting [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]]'s enemies. Fearing reprisals from Voldemort and his Death Eaters, the Weasleys stayed at the home of Aunt [[Muriel]] and at [[Shell Cottage]], which they protected with a [[Fidelius Charm]].<ref name="DH" />
   
 
==Layout==
 
==Layout==
The Burrow was located on the outskirts of [[Ottery St. Catchpole]], a small village located in [[Devon]], [[England]].<ref name=CS>''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]''</ref> It was so well hidden that [[Molly Weasley]] doubted that the postman even knew it existed. Nestled amongst rolling hills and fertile meadows, other wizarding families in the area included the [[Diggory family|Diggorys]], the [[Lovegood family|Lovegoods]] and the [[Fawcett family|Fawcetts]].<ref name=GF>''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]''</ref> The building itself might once have been an old stone pigpen, which had several crooked stories attached to it. Four or five chimneys dotted the roof of the house, and the entire building was most likely held up by magic due to its crazy construction.<ref name=CS />
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The Burrow was located on the outskirts of [[Ottery St. Catchpole]], a small village located in [[Devon]], [[England]].<ref name="CS">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]''</ref> It was so well hidden that [[Molly Weasley]] doubted that the postman even knew it existed. Nestled amongst rolling hills and fertile meadows, other wizarding families in the area included the [[Diggory family|Diggorys]], the [[Lovegood family|Lovegoods]] and the [[Fawcett family|Fawcetts]].<ref name="GF">''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]''</ref> The building itself might once have been an old stone pigpen, which had several crooked stories attached to it. Four or five chimneys dotted the roof of the house, and the entire building was most likely held up by magic due to its crazy construction.<ref name="CS" />
   
From the [[1970s]] to the [[1990s]], The Burrow was the home to [[Arthur Weasley|Arthur]] and [[Molly Weasley]], and their seven children: [[William Weasley|Bill]], [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]], [[Percy Weasley|Percy]], [[Fred Weasley|Fred]], [[George Weasley|George]], [[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] and [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny]]. Frequent visitors included Ron's best friends [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]], and various members of the [[Order of the Phoenix]]. <ref name=HP>''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]''</ref> <ref name=DH>''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]''</ref><ref name=CS /><ref name=GF/>
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From the [[1970s]] to the [[1990s]], The Burrow was the home to [[Arthur Weasley|Arthur]] and [[Molly Weasley]], and their seven children: [[William Weasley|Bill]], [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]], [[Percy Weasley|Percy]], [[Fred Weasley|Fred]], [[George Weasley|George]], [[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] and [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny]]. Frequent visitors included Ron's best friends [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]], and various members of the [[Order of the Phoenix]]. <ref name="HP">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]''</ref> <ref name="DH">''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows]]''</ref><ref name="CS" /><ref name="GF" />
   
 
===Exterior===
 
===Exterior===
[[File:Theburrowlongshot.jpg|thumb|left|230px|[[Arthur Weasley]]'s [[Flying Ford Anglia]] comes in for a landing at The Burrow.]]
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[[File:Theburrowlongshot.jpg|thumb|240x240px|[[Arthur Weasley]]'s [[Flying Ford Anglia]] comes in for a landing at The Burrow.]]
The Burrow had a small yard at the front of the house, with a [[Arthur Weasley's garage|garage]] that stored [[Arthur Weasley]]'s [[flying Ford Anglia]] and [[Muggle]] artefacts, and a chicken coop that housed the family's chickens. A sign in the ground read "The Burrow" by the main entrance.<ref name=CS />
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The Burrow had a small yard at the front of the house, with a [[Arthur Weasley's garage|garage]] that stored [[Arthur Weasley]]'s [[flying Ford Anglia]] and [[Muggle]] artefacts, and a chicken coop that housed the family's chickens. A sign in the ground read "''The Burrow''" by the main entrance.<ref name="CS" />
   
The back garden contained a stone outhouse that the Weasleys had converted into a [[broomstick|broom]] shed, and the Weasley children keep their [[broomstick]]s in the building during their time at home. When she was six, [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny Weasley]] began a regular habit of breaking into the broom shed and taking each broom out in turn since her elder brothers wouldn't allow her to play [[Quidditch]] with them.<ref name=OP>''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''</ref> In the summer of [[1996]], [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] had a conversation in the broom shed prior to announcing their arrival at The Burrow.<ref name=HP />
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The back garden contained a stone outhouse that the Weasleys had converted into a [[broomstick|broom]] shed, and the Weasley children keep their [[broomstick]]s in the building during their time at home. When she was six, [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny Weasley]] began a regular habit of breaking into the broom shed and taking each broom out in turn since her elder brothers wouldn't allow her to play [[Quidditch]] with them.<ref name="OP">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''</ref> In the summer of [[1996]], [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] had a conversation in the broom shed prior to announcing their arrival at The Burrow.<ref name="HP" />
   
Behind the main house was a large, overgrown garden with a pond full of frogs. The garden was home to a large number of [[gnome]]s; the Weasleys had to regularly de-gnome the garden by throwing them over the hedge.
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Behind the main house was a large, overgrown garden with a pond full of [[frog]]s. The garden was home to a large number of [[gnome]]s; the Weasleys had to regularly [[De-gnoming|de-gnome]] the garden by throwing them over the hedge.
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[[File:1000px-B2C3M3.jpeg|thumb|left|240px|The Weasley's garden]]
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However, the gnomes always sneaked back in since Arthur Weasley was soft on them and thought they were funny. The entrance to the kitchen backed onto the garden, and was surrounded by rusted [[cauldron]]s and old wellington boots.<ref name="CS" /> The garden was often used by the Weasleys to hold large family gatherings, such as when the entire family, including [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]], stayed at the Burrow prior to the [[Quidditch World Cup]] final in [[1994]]<ref name="GF" />, or Harry's seventeenth birthday party in [[1997]].<ref name="DH" /> Prior to the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, the garden was tidied up, and new [[Flutterby bush]]es were planted at the door to the kitchen to replace the cauldrons and wellies.<ref name="DH" /> The garden was surrounded by a fence while the yard appeared to be walled off.
   
[[File:Screen_shot_2012-07-17_at_9.17.51_PM.png|thumb|A gnome in the Weasley garden. ]]
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The Weasleys also owned an orchard behind their garden, which was surrounded by high trees. The orchard was contained within a paddock. The Weasley children used the orchard to practise Quidditch during their school holidays.<ref name="CS" /><ref name="GF" /> The orchard was used in [[1997]] to host the [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] of [[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] and [[Fleur Delacour]]. A large white marquee was erected, and the ceremony and the reception took place inside.<ref name="DH" /> A cornfield was located just outside The Burrow to the right of the property. Small ponds and swamps were found within this cornfield.<ref name="HBP-Film">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)]]''</ref> To the left of the main property were hills and fields that surrounded the Weasleys' garden and orchard. The Burrow could be exited by moving down a long lane that moved out towards the village of Ottery St. Catchpole.<ref name="COS-Film">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)]]''</ref>
 
However, the gnomes always sneaked back in since Arthur Weasley was soft on them and thought they were funny. The entrance to the kitchen backed onto the garden, and was surrounded by rusted [[cauldron]]s and old wellington boots.<ref name=CS /> The garden was often used by the Weasleys to hold large family gatherings, such as when the entire family, including [[Harry Potter]] and [[Hermione Granger]], stayed at the Burrow prior to the [[Quidditch World Cup]] final in [[1994]]<ref name=GF />, or Harry's seventeenth birthday party in [[1997]].<ref name=DH /> Prior to the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, the garden was tidied up, and new [[Flutterby bush]]es were planted at the door to the kitchen to replace the cauldrons and wellies.<ref name=DH /> The garden was surrounded by a fence while the yard appeared to be walled off.
 
 
The Weasleys also owned an orchard behind their garden, which was surrounded by high trees. The orchard was contained within a paddock. The Weasley children used the orchard to practise Quidditch during their school holidays.<ref name=CS /><ref name=GF /> The orchard was used in [[1997]] to host the [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] of [[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] and [[Fleur Delacour]]. A large white marquee was erected, and the ceremony and the reception took place inside.<ref name=DH /> A cornfield was located just outside The Burrow to the right of the property. Small ponds and swamps were found within this cornfield.<ref name="HBP-Film">''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)]]''</ref> To the left of the main property were hills and fields that surrounded the Weasleys' garden and orchard. The Burrow could be exited by moving down a long lane that moved out towards the village of Ottery St. Catchpole.<ref name="COS-Film">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)]]''</ref>
 
   
 
===Interior===
 
===Interior===
The interior of The Burrow was cosy and lived in, with a jumbled and cluttered array of furniture and trappings.<ref name=CS /> In the summer of [[1997]], the entire house underwent a massive cleaning and reordering in preparation for the wedding of Bill Weasley and [[Fleur Delacour]].<ref name=DH />
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The interior of The Burrow was cosy and lived in, with a jumbled and cluttered array of furniture and trappings.<ref name="CS" /> In the summer of [[1997]], the entire house underwent a massive cleaning and reordering in preparation for the wedding of Bill Weasley and [[Fleur Delacour]].<ref name="DH" />
   
 
===Ground floor===
 
===Ground floor===
 
====Kitchen====
 
====Kitchen====
[[File:Burrowkitchen.JPG|thumb|left|230px|The kitchen at The Burrow.]]
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[[File:Burrow10.jpg|thumb|235px|The kitchen at The Burrow.]]
The kitchen of The Burrow was the social centre of the Weasley family. Located at the back of the house, it was accessible from the garden. The kitchen contains a large wooden table with room enough for eight chairs. In the summers of [[1994]] and [[1997]], due to the large number of house guests, the kitchen table could not seat enough people, so meals were eaten outside at a table instead. There was a large fireplace in the room which also operated as the Weasleys' connection to the [[Floo Network]], and a [[Weasleys' kitchen clock|clock with one hand]] that points to various times such as "You're late" or "Time to feed the chickens". The kitchen opened out on the front yard, through the front door and opened up on the back garden, through the back door. A perch for the family owl [[Errol]] was located outside one of the kitchen windows. The kitchen was entered by walking up some small steps from the front yard.<ref name=HP /><ref name=DH /><ref name=CS /><ref name=GF /> The dishwashing was often done by magic.<ref>http://www.hp-lexicon.org/about/books/cs/rg-cs03.html</ref>
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The kitchen of The Burrow was the social centre of the Weasley family. Located at the back of the house, it was accessible from the garden. The kitchen contains a large wooden table with room enough for eight chairs. All of the furniture in the kitchen was salvaged from the home of a pop star<ref>''[[The Making of Harry Potter]]'' - See [http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_y6KIPvOYMOA/TKxQC-rKgZI/AAAAAAAADHI/8Vq-EKmE9s0/s1600/burrow.jpg this image]</ref> In the summers of [[1994]] and [[1997]], due to the large number of house guests, the kitchen table could not seat enough people, so meals were eaten outside at a table instead.
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[[File:Burrow14.jpg|thumb|235px|different angle of the kitchen|left]]
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There was a large fireplace in the room which also operated as the Weasleys' connection to the [[Floo Network]], and a [[Weasleys' kitchen clock|clock with one hand]] that points to various times such as "''You're late''" or "''Time to feed the chickens''". The kitchen opened out on the front yard, through the front door and opened up on the back garden, through the back door. A perch for the family owl [[Errol]] was located outside one of the kitchen windows. The kitchen was entered by walking up some small steps from the front yard.<ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" /><ref name="CS" /><ref name="GF" /> The dishwashing was often done by magic.<ref>http://www.hp-lexicon.org/about/books/cs/rg-cs03.html</ref>
   
 
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====Living room====
 
====Living room====
[[File:Burrowlivingroom.JPG|thumb|right|230px|The living room at The Burrow.]]
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[[File:Burrow3.jpg|thumb|235px|The living room at The Burrow.]]
The living room of the Weasley home was a cozy room, with a sofa and armchairs. There was a large fireplace, a wooden wireless set, and a clock that, rather than telling the time, indicated the status of each member of the Weasley family. Instead of numbers, there were various phrases such as "home," "school," "work," "travelling," "lost," "hospital," "prison," and "mortal peril". Instead of arms to tell the time, there were nine hands, one for each member of the family. With [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]]'s return, the hands constantly pointed to "mortal peril". Molly Weasley got into the habit of carrying the clock around with her everywhere during this dark time.<ref name=HP /><ref name=GF />
 
   
It was in this room that [[George Weasley]] was treated after losing his ear to [[Severus Snape]]'s [[Sectumsempra]] spell in the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]] in [[1997]], and where the survivors of the battle toasted the memory of [[Alastor Moody]]. The living room was also where [[Rufus Scrimgeour]] released the contents of [[The Last Will and Testament of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore|Albus Dumbledore's will]] to Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
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The living room of the Weasley home was a cosy room, with a sofa and armchairs. There was a large fireplace, a wooden wireless set, and a clock that, rather than telling the time, indicated the status of each member of the Weasley family. Instead of numbers, there were various phrases such as "''home,''" "''school''," "''work''," "''travelling''," "''lost''," "''dentist''," "''hospital''," "''prison''," and "''mortal peril''". Instead of arms to tell the time, there were nine hands, one for each member of the family. With [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]]'s return, the hands constantly pointed to "''mortal peril''". Molly Weasley got into the habit of carrying the clock around with her everywhere during this dark time.<ref name="HP" /><ref name="GF" />
   
[[File:Burrow.jpg|thumb|212px|Rufus Scrimgeour in The Burrow's living room.]]
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[[File:Burrow11.jpg|thumb|235px|different angle of the living room|left]]
   
===Bedrooms===
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It was in this room that [[George Weasley]] was treated after losing his ear to [[Severus Snape]]'s [[Sectumsempra]] spell in the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]] in [[1997]], and where the survivors of the battle toasted the memory of [[Alastor Moody]] who had been murdered by Lord Voldemort during the battle. The living room was also where [[Rufus Scrimgeour]] released the contents of [[The Last Will and Testament of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore|Albus Dumbledore's will]] to Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
The Burrow had at least six bedrooms. [[Arthur Weasley|Arthur]] and [[Molly Weasley|Molly]] slept in the master bedroom, while their children generally had bedrooms that often ended up shared either with each other or with guests. Their room was only a short walk away from [[Ronald Weasley's bedroom|Ron's room]]<ref name=CS />. It was suspected that two or three of the six bedrooms housed a fireplace as Harry noticed that the Weasleys had "four or five chimneys", two of which were located downstairs.<ref name="CS" />
 
   
====Ginny's Room (First Floor)====
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[[Ginny Weasley's bedroom|Ginny's room]] was on the first floor<ref>''Deathly Hallows'', Ch. 7</ref>, and was small, but bright, and overlooked the orchard. She decorated the room with posters of the [[Weird Sisters]] and the [[Holyhead Harpies]] captain, [[Gwenog Jones]]. [[Hermione Granger]] would often stay in Ginny's room when she visited.<ref name=DH /> [[Fleur Delacour]] stayed in Ginny's room with her during the [[Christmas holidays]] of [[1996]], much to Ginny's irritation.<ref name=HP />
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The Burrow had at least six bedrooms. [[Arthur Weasley|Arthur]] and [[Molly Weasley|Molly]] slept in the master bedroom, while their children generally had bedrooms that often ended up shared either with each other or with guests. Their room was only a short walk away from [[Ronald Weasley's bedroom|Ron's room]]<ref name="CS" />. It was suspected that two or three of the six bedrooms housed a fireplace as Harry noticed that the Weasleys had "''four or five chimneys''", two of which were located downstairs.<ref name="CS" />
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* '''Ginny's Room (First Floor)''': [[Ginny Weasley's bedroom|Ginny's room]] was on the first floor<ref>''Deathly Hallows'', Ch. 7</ref>, and was small, but bright, and overlooked the orchard. She decorated the room with posters of the [[Weird Sisters]] and the [[Holyhead Harpies]] captain, [[Gwenog Jones]]. [[Hermione Granger]] would often stay in Ginny's room when she visited.<ref name="DH" /> [[Fleur Delacour]] stayed in Ginny's room with her during the [[Christmas holidays]] of [[1996]], much to Ginny's irritation.<ref name="HP" />
   
====Fred and George's Room / Percy's Room (Second Floor)====
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* '''Fred and George's Room / Percy's Room (Second Floor)''': On the second floor,<ref>''Half-Blood Prince, Ch. 5''</ref> [[Fred and George Weasley|Fred and George]] shared a room, and explosions from it were considered perfectly normal.<ref name="CS" /> When Harry stayed at The Burrow for several weeks in the summer of [[1996]], he slept in Fred and George's bedroom. At the time it was filled with sealed cardboard boxes, something of a warehouse for [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]]. The room also had a wardrobe, a desk, and a bedside table with a lamp, along with a number of Fred and George's products lying around. The two frequently conducted experiments there; as a result, the bedroom continued to smell like gunpowder even after they moved out. They did so in [[1996]] to live in a flat above their [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes|joke shop]] in [[Diagon Alley]], but still used the room as a storage area. The twins stayed in it once more during the [[Christmas holidays]] of 1996, and shared with Bill as well.<ref name="HP" />
On the second floor,<ref>''Half-Blood Prince, Ch. 5</ref> [[Fred and George Weasley|Fred and George]] shared a room, and explosions from it were considered perfectly normal.<ref name=CS />When Harry stayed at The Burrow for several weeks in the summer of [[1996]], he slept in Fred and George's bedroom. At the time it was filled with sealed cardboard boxes, something of a warehouse for [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]]. The room also had a wardrobe, a desk, and a bedside table with a lamp, along with a number of Fred and George's products lying around. The two frequently conducted experiments there; as a result, the bedroom continued to smell like gunpowder even after they moved out. They did so in [[1996]] to live in a flat above their [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes|joke shop]] in [[Diagon Alley]], but still used the room as a storage area. The twins stayed in it once more during the [[Christmas holidays]] of 1996, and shared with Bill as well.<ref name=HP />
 
   
[[Percy Weasley|Percy]]'s bedroom was also on the second floor, and overlooked the garden.<ref name=GF /> Percy shared a floor with Fred and George despite the fact that the constant explosions coming from the twins room would have greatly annoyed Percy, who valued peace and quiet.<ref name="CS" /> Percy abandoned his room in the summer of [[1995]].<ref name="OP" /> It was since shared by Fleur and [[Gabrielle Delacour|Gabrielle]] prior to the former's wedding.<ref name="DH" />
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* [[Percy Weasley|'''Percy''']]'''<nowiki>'s bedroom</nowiki>''' was also on the second floor, and overlooked the garden.<ref name="GF" /> Percy shared a floor with Fred and George despite the fact that the constant explosions coming from the twins room would have greatly annoyed Percy, who valued peace and quiet.<ref name="CS" /> Percy abandoned his room in the summer of [[1995]].<ref name="OP" /> It was since shared by Fleur and [[Gabrielle Delacour|Gabrielle]] prior to the former's wedding.<ref name="DH" />
   
====Bill and Charlie's Room (Third Floor) / Arthur and Molly's Room (Fourth Floor)====
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* '''Bill and Charlie's Room (Third Floor) / Arthur and Molly's Room (Fourth Floor)''': [[William Weasley|Bill]] had his own room, and moved back into it when he returned to the country in the summer of [[1995]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]].<ref name="OP" /> Bill spent Christmas at The Burrow in 1996, but he bunked with Fred and George, as [[Remus Lupin]] was also a guest and he stayed in Bill's old room.<ref name="HP" /> Whenever [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]] was at The Burrow, he shared with Bill.<ref name="DH" /> It is assumed that Arthur and Molly Weasley's bedroom is located near Bill and Charlie's room, especially as there appears to be no more room elsewhere for their bedroom to go.
[[William Weasley|Bill]] had his own room, and moved back into it when he returned to the country in the summer of [[1995]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]].<ref name=OP /> Bill spent Christmas at The Burrow in 1996, but he bunked with Fred and George, as [[Remus Lupin]] was also a guest and he stayed in Bill's old room.<ref name=HP /> Whenever [[Charles Weasley|Charlie]] was at The Burrow, he shared with Bill.<ref name=DH /> It is assumed that Arthur and Molly Weasley's bedroom is located near Bill and Charlie's room, especially as there appears to be no more room elsewhere for their bedroom to go.
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[[File:Ron's bedroom and dress robes.png|left|thumb|240x240px|Ron's bedroom]]
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* '''Ron's Room (Fifth Floor)''': [[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] had a small [[Ronald Weasley's bedroom|room]] at the top of the house beneath the attic. His room was decorated with posters of the [[Chudley Cannons]], and was often shared with [[Harry Potter]] during his stays at the house.<ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" /><ref name="CS" /> The walls of his room were also bright orange. The ghoul spent some time in Ron's room during the [[Horcrux hunt]]. It was often referred to as the "''attic room''" although it was located just below the attic.<ref name="DH" />
====Ron's Room (Fifth Floor)====
 
[[File:Ronsroom.jpg|left|thumb|220px|[[Ronald Weasley|Ron]]'s room.]]
 
[[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] had a small [[Ronald Weasley's bedroom|room]] at the top of the house beneath the attic. His room was decorated with posters of the [[Chudley Cannons]], and was often shared with [[Harry Potter]] during his stays at the house.<ref name=HP /><ref name=DH /><ref name=CS /> The ghoul spent some time in Ron's room during the [[Horcrux hunt]]. It was often referred to as the "attic room" although it was located just below the attic.<ref name=DH />
 
   
 
===Attic===
 
===Attic===
Located at the very top of the house was the attic. A small hatch in the ceiling outside Ron's room opened to reveal a ladder that allowed access to the attic. The attic was a dark, musty place where the [[Weasley family ghoul]] lived. The ghoul was considered more of a pet than a pest by the family, and it took to loudly banging the pipes when it felt that things were too quiet in The Burrow.<ref name=DH /><ref name=CS />
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Located at the very top of the house was the attic. A small hatch in the ceiling outside Ron's room opened to reveal a ladder that allowed access to the attic. The attic was a dark, musty place where the [[Weasley family ghoul]] lived. The ghoul was considered more of a pet than a pest by the family, and it took to loudly banging the pipes when it felt that things were too quiet in The Burrow.<ref name="DH" /><ref name="CS" />
   
 
==Known inhabitants==
 
==Known inhabitants==
[[File:Trio in Ron's Room.jpg|thumb|right|280px|[[Hermione Granger|Hermione]] and [[Harry Potter|Harry]] with Ron in his room.]]
 
 
 
===Weasley family===
 
===Weasley family===
*[[Arthur Weasley]]<ref name=CS />
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[[File:Trio in Ron's Room.jpg|thumb|right|240x240px|[[Hermione Granger|Hermione]] and [[Harry Potter|Harry]] with Ron in his room.]]
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*[[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] — moved out c. [[1989]] to work as a [[Curse Breaker]] in Egypt; revisited when attending [[Quidditch World Cup]] in [[1994]]; moved back in [[1995]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]]; moved to [[Shell Cottage]] with new wife [[Fleur Delacour]] in [[1997]].<ref name=OP /><ref name=DH /><ref name=CS />
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*[[Molly Weasley]]<ref name="CS" />
*[[Charles Weasley|Charlie Weasley]] moved out c. [[1991]] to study [[Dragon]]s in Romania<ref name=CS />; occasionally revisits his family home such as when attending the [[Quidditch World Cup]] in [[1994]] and in [[1997]] when attending the wedding of Bill and Fleur.
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*[[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] - moved out c. [[1989]] to work as a [[Curse Breaker]] in Egypt; revisited when attending [[Quidditch World Cup]] in [[1994]]; moved back in [[1995]] to assist the [[Order of the Phoenix]]; moved to [[Shell Cottage]] with new wife [[Fleur Delacour]] in [[1997]].<ref name="OP" /><ref name="DH" /><ref name="CS" />
*[[Percy Weasley]] moved out in [[1995]] after family argument to live in London.<ref name=OP /><ref name=CS />
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*[[Charles Weasley|Charlie Weasley]] - moved out c. [[1991]] to study [[Dragon]]s in Romania<ref name="CS" />; occasionally revisits his family home such as when attending the [[Quidditch World Cup]] in [[1994]] and in [[1997]] when attending the wedding of Bill and Fleur.
*[[Fred Weasley]] moved out in [[1996]] to stay in flat above new shop, [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]] in [[Diagon Alley]].<ref name=HP /><ref name=CS />
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*[[Percy Weasley]] - moved out in [[1995]] after family argument to live in London.<ref name="OP" /><ref name="CS" />
*[[George Weasley]] moved out in [[1996]] to stay in flat above new shop, [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]] in [[Diagon Alley]].<ref name=HP /><ref name=CS />
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*[[Fred Weasley]] - moved out in [[1996]] to stay in flat above new shop, [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]] in [[Diagon Alley]].<ref name="HP" /><ref name="CS" />
*[[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]]<ref name=CS /> - possibly moved out in 2000 after he married his best friend Hermione Granger.
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*[[George Weasley]] - moved out in [[1996]] to stay in flat above new shop, [[Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes]] in [[Diagon Alley]].<ref name="HP" /><ref name="CS" />
*[[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny Weasley]]<ref name=CS /> - possibly moved out in 2000 when she married Harry Potter.
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*[[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]]<ref name="CS" /> - possibly moved out in 2000 after he married his best friend Hermione Granger.
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*[[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny Weasley]]<ref name="CS" /> - possibly moved out in 2000 when she married Harry Potter.
   
 
===Others===
 
===Others===
*[[Harry Potter]] welcome guest at The Burrow, stayed during the summers of [[1992]], [[1994]], [[1996]] and [[1997]].<ref name=HP /><ref name=DH /><ref name=CS /><ref name=GF />
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*[[Harry Potter]] - welcomed guest at The Burrow, stayed during the summers of [[1992]], [[1994]], [[1996]], and [[1997]].<ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" /><ref name="CS" /><ref name="GF" />
*[[Hermione Granger]] welcome guest at The Burrow, stayed during the summers of [[1994]], [[1996]] and [[1997]].<ref name=HP /><ref name=DH /><ref name=GF />
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*[[Hermione Granger]] - welcomed guest at The Burrow, stayed during the summers of [[1994]], [[1996]], and [[1997]].<ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" /><ref name="GF" />
*[[Fleur Delacour]] fiancée of Bill, stayed at The Burrow from the summer of [[1996]] to August [[1997]].<ref name=HP /><ref name=DH />
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*[[Fleur Delacour]] - fiancée of Bill, stayed at The Burrow from the summer of [[1996]] to August [[1997]].<ref name="HP" /><ref name="DH" />
*[[Gabrielle Delacour]] stayed at The Burrow for her older sister's [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] in August 1997<ref name="DH" />
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*[[Gabrielle Delacour]] - stayed at The Burrow for her older sister's [[Wedding of William Weasley and Fleur Delacour|wedding]] in August 1997<ref name="DH" />
*[[Apolline Delacour]] stayed at The Burrow for her daughter's wedding in August 1997<ref name=DH />
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*[[Apolline Delacour]] - stayed at The Burrow for her daughter's wedding in August 1997<ref name="DH" />
*[[Delacour sisters' father|Monsieur Delacour]] stayed at The Burrow for his daughter's wedding in August 1997<ref name=DH />
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*[[Delacour sisters' father|Monsieur Delacour]] - stayed at The Burrow for his daughter's wedding in August 1997<ref name="DH" />
   
 
===Pets===
 
===Pets===
*[[Peter Pettigrew|Scabbers]], a.k.a. [[Peter Pettigrew]] (rat/[[Animagus]])<ref name=CS /><ref name=PA>''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]''</ref>
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*[[Peter Pettigrew|Scabbers]], a.k.a. [[Peter Pettigrew]] (rat/[[Animagus]])<ref name="CS" /><ref name="PA">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]''</ref>
*[[Errol]] (Great Grey Owl)<ref name=CS />
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*[[Errol]] (Great Grey Owl)<ref name="CS" />
*[[Hermes]] (Screech Owl)<ref name=CS />
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*[[Pigwidgeon]] (Scops Owl)<ref name=GF />
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*[[Pigwidgeon]] (Scops Owl)<ref name="GF" />
*[[Arnold]] ([[Pygmy Puff]])<ref name=HP />
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*[[Arnold]] ([[Pygmy Puff]])<ref name="HP" />
*[[Weasleys' cat|Weasley family cat]]<ref name="COS-Film"/>
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*[[Weasleys' cat|Weasley family cat]]<ref name="COS-Film" />
 
*[[Weasley family pigs]]
 
*[[Weasley family pigs]]
*[[Weasley family ghoul]]<ref name=CS />
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*[[Weasley family ghoul]]<ref name="CS" />
 
*[[Hedwig ]](Harry's pet owl)
 
*[[Hedwig ]](Harry's pet owl)
 
*[[Crookshanks]] (Hermione's pet cat)
 
*[[Crookshanks]] (Hermione's pet cat)
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
[[File:The burrow.JPG|thumb|The Burrow is attacked by [[Death Eaters]].]]
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*In the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', there is a scene in which The Burrow is [[Burning of the Burrow|attacked]] by [[Death Eaters]], including [[Bellatrix Lestrange]] and [[Fenrir Greyback]]. In the scene, The Burrow is burned by fireballs cast by the Death Eaters. The scene ends with no resolution to what happened next to preserve the home, although it was conceivably repaired by the [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1|following film]]. There is no book equivalent to this scene.
 
*In the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', there is a scene in which The Burrow is [[Burning of the Burrow|attacked]] by [[Death Eaters]], including [[Bellatrix Lestrange]] and [[Fenrir Greyback]]. In the scene, The Burrow is burned by fireballs cast by the Death Eaters. The scene ends with no resolution to what happened next to preserve the home, although it was conceivably repaired by the [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1|following film]]. There is no book equivalent to this scene.
 
*There is some confusion about the number of bedrooms in The Burrow, since it is never clear where [[Charles Weasley]]'s original bedroom would have been, though it is possible that he shared a room with [[William Weasley|Bill]]. Furthermore, during the [[Christmas holidays]] of [[1996]], [[Molly Weasley]] listed where everyone would be staying: [[Fred and George Weasley|Fred and George]], and Bill in the twins' room, [[Remus Lupin]] in Bill's room, [[Harry Potter]] and [[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] in Ron's room, [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny]] and [[Fleur Delacour]] in Ginny's room, and presumably Molly and Arthur in their master bedroom. There is no mention of [[Percy Weasley|Percy]]'s bedroom, despite Fred asking if he was coming home directly after Molly lists the sleeping arrangements and her concern about crowding.<ref>''Half-Blood Prince'', Ch. 16</ref> It is possible that Molly left Percy's bedroom empty, hoping that he would return for the holidays.
 
*There is some confusion about the number of bedrooms in The Burrow, since it is never clear where [[Charles Weasley]]'s original bedroom would have been, though it is possible that he shared a room with [[William Weasley|Bill]]. Furthermore, during the [[Christmas holidays]] of [[1996]], [[Molly Weasley]] listed where everyone would be staying: [[Fred and George Weasley|Fred and George]], and Bill in the twins' room, [[Remus Lupin]] in Bill's room, [[Harry Potter]] and [[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] in Ron's room, [[Ginevra Weasley|Ginny]] and [[Fleur Delacour]] in Ginny's room, and presumably Molly and Arthur in their master bedroom. There is no mention of [[Percy Weasley|Percy]]'s bedroom, despite Fred asking if he was coming home directly after Molly lists the sleeping arrangements and her concern about crowding.<ref>''Half-Blood Prince'', Ch. 16</ref> It is possible that Molly left Percy's bedroom empty, hoping that he would return for the holidays.
 
*In the film adaptation of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]] ''the set of The Burrow was built near Gray's Wood on the outskirts of the village of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire. Rupert Grint's current house is 4km as the crow flies from the set of his character's ([[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] Weasley's) house. In all future film appearances of The Burrow the set was built at near by Leavesden Studios in Watford, Hertfordshire'''''.'''''
 
*In the film adaptation of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]] ''the set of The Burrow was built near Gray's Wood on the outskirts of the village of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire. Rupert Grint's current house is 4km as the crow flies from the set of his character's ([[Ronald Weasley|Ron]] Weasley's) house. In all future film appearances of The Burrow the set was built at near by Leavesden Studios in Watford, Hertfordshire'''''.'''''
 
*As shown in the [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'', there is a porch out of a door in Ron's room. There is no mention of this in the books.
 
*As shown in the [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'', there is a porch out of a door in Ron's room. There is no mention of this in the books.
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*The Burrow is first shown in the [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'' to be built on flat dry land, with a lake out front and a field of wheat out back in the early films. However, in the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'' The Burrow is built on marshy land with reeds surrounding the entire perimeter and patches of dried lake.
 
*The Burrow is first shown in the [[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]'' to be built on flat dry land, with a lake out front and a field of wheat out back in the early films. However, in the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'' The Burrow is built on marshy land with reeds surrounding the entire perimeter and patches of dried lake.
 
*In ''[[LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4]]'', only the ground floor and first floor are accessible.
 
*In ''[[LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4]]'', only the ground floor and first floor are accessible.
*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1]]'', prior to the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]], [[Alastor Moody|Mad-Eye Moody]] tells the group to "head to the Burrows" rather than "The Burrow". This mistake is repeated by one the film's production staff in a Blu-ray special feature describing the making of one of the scenes.
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*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1]]'', prior to the [[Battle of the Seven Potters]], [[Alastor Moody|Mad-Eye Moody]] tells the group to "head to the Burrows" rather than "The Burrow". This mistake is repeated by one of the film's production staff in a Blu-ray special feature describing the making of one of the scenes.
 
*It took the set designers 24 weeks to build a model of The Burrow for ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'' and it took 6 minutes to burn it down.
 
*It took the set designers 24 weeks to build a model of The Burrow for ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'' and it took 6 minutes to burn it down.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
[[File:The Burrow HP6game.JPG|thumb|left|The Burrow in [[1996]].]]
 
 
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The Burrow
Location information
Location

Ottery St. Catchpole, Devon, England

Permanent residents

Weasley family

Affiliation
Ron Weasley: "It's not much, but it's home."
Harry Potter: "I think it's brilliant."
Harry Potter's reaction shortly after arriving at The Burrow for the first time[src]

The Burrow was the family home of the Weasley family. Located on the outskirts of Ottery St. Catchpole in Devon, England, it was a thoroughly magical dwelling that became a second home to Harry Potter.

The Burrow is held up with magic and is very cluttered inside, but very welcoming at the same time. In 1997, following the death of Albus Dumbledore, The Burrow became the Headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix. The Weasleys were forced to abandon their home during the height of the Second Wizarding War when they became targets of the Death Eaters.

HistoryEdit

Early historyEdit

In the place The Burrow came to stand, once stood a little Tudor building with a large stone pigpen on the side. It's unknown what happened to the building, but after Arthur and Molly Weasley's marriage, the family settled in the pigpen. As the family grew over the birth of their children, the couple started building upward with add-on bits of architectural salvage they picked up wherever they could find.[1] By the 1990s, the house was several stories high, with four or five chimneys on the roof, with all the appearance of being held up by magical means.[2]

The Weasley family homeEdit

Ron: "It's not much, but it's home."
Harry: "I think it's brilliant."
Ron Weasley and Harry Potter[src]
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The Weasley family

The Weasleys had presumably been in residence at The Burrow for a long time, since at least 1970.[3] The Burrow had been the home to the nine Weasleys, although their numbers had thinned over the years as the children grew up and moved out. Despite being poor, none of the Weasleys seemed ashamed of their home, and it had a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It was a welcoming place, and friends of the family were regular visitors. The Burrow was described in 1992 as being as "different as possible from life on Privet Drive".[4][5][6]

In the summer of 1992, Harry Potter first visited The Burrow when he was rescued from 4 Privet Drive by Ron, Fred and George. He stayed with them throughout the summer, and came to regard The Burrow as his second home after Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. During this time, Arthur and Molly Weasley came to look upon Harry as part of their family, and made sure he was always welcome.[7]

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Bill and Charlie jousting with tables during the summer of 1994

In the summer of 1994, The Burrow was alive with activity as the entire family was back under one roof since Bill had moved out to work in Egypt. The Burrow was further crowded with the addition of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, and the entire household, with the exception of Molly, attended the Quidditch World Cup final.[8]

During the summer of 1995, the Weasleys temporarily vacated The Burrow, staying at 12 Grimmauld Place in London to assist the Order of the Phoenix.[4] The following year, Bill's fiancée Fleur Delacour moved into The Burrow — much to the annoyance of Molly, Hermione, and Ginny.[5]

The Second Wizarding WarEdit

Order HeadquartersEdit

Following the death of Albus Dumbledore in 1997,[5] the Headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix was moved from 12 Grimmauld Place to the Burrow. Since Dumbledore had been the Secret-Keeper for Grimmauld Place, his death had weakened the Fidelius Charm on the location, and all those who had been told the secret were now Secret-Keepers themselves — including Severus Snape, Dumbledore's killer. To prevent the enemy from discovering and infiltrating Headquarters, it was moved to the Burrow.[6]

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An injured George

In July of 1997, The Burrow was used as the rendezvous location for the Order task force assigned to escort Harry Potter to safety from 4 Privet Drive several days before his seventeenth birthday. Because of the need to protect Harry, the Burrow was defended by numerous protective spells in the hopes that they would be enough to keep Harry and the Weasleys safe from Voldemort and his followers. Following the Battle of the Seven Potters, the Burrow became a sombre place due to the disfiguring injury to George Weasley (lost an ear), and the news that Alastor Moody had been killed by Lord Voldemort.[6]

WeddingEdit

"Harry had never seen the place looking so tidy. The rusty cauldrons and old Wellington boots that usually littered the steps by the back door were gone, replaced by two new Flutterby bushes standing either side of the door in large pots; though there was no breeze, the leaves waved lazily, giving an attractive rippling effect. The chickens had been shut away, the yard had been swept, and the nearby garden had been pruned, plucked, and generally spruced up..."
—Description of The Burrow before Bill and Fleur's wedding[src]
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Burrow during Bill and Fleur's wedding.

However, the wedding of Bill to Fleur Delacour was scheduled to take place at The Burrow, and the house underwent a thorough cleaning in preparation for the big event. Molly used the cleaning of the house as an excuse to stop Harry, Ron and Hermione from planning to hunt down Voldemort's Horcruxes in an effort to stop them from embarking on their dangerous quest. However, her attempts were only partially successful.[6] Despite the hectic wedding preparations, on 31 July, the Burrow played host to Harry's seventeenth birthday party. However, the party was interrupted by the arrival of Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour, who had arrived to disclose the contents of Albus Dumbledore's will to Harry, Ron and Hermione. Each received an item that would eventually help them in their mission to defeat Lord Voldemort and destroy his Horcruxes.[6]

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Kingsley's Patronus

The day after Harry's birthday, on 1 August, The Burrow held the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Most of the extended Weasley family were present, as well as Order members, friends, and the Delacour family. Harry attended the wedding in disguise by using Polyjuice Potion to resemble a red-headed Muggle teenager from Ottery St. Catchpole. During the reception, the wedding was disrupted when Kingsley Shacklebolt's Patronus arrived and warned the assembled guests that Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters had taken control of the Ministry of Magic, and were heading for The Burrow. With the full strength of the Ministry behind them, the Death Eaters broke the protective enchantments protecting The Burrow, Apparating into the reception. Guests had already started to flee the scene due to Kingsley's warning, including the Death Eaters' primary target, Harry Potter, along with Hermione and Ron. The Ministry, aware of the Weasleys' ties to Harry, questioned the family and any remaining guests before releasing them.[6]

AbandonmentEdit

During the Easter holidays in 1998, the Weasleys were forced to abandon The Burrow when the Death Eaters finally discovered that Ron was assisting Harry after they were incarcerated at Malfoy Manor. Ron, with the assistance of Fred, George, and his father, had disguised the family ghoul as himself sick with spattergroit to explain his absence from school. However, he was recognised when he, Harry, and Hermione were captured by Snatchers and brought to Malfoy Manor. The Weasleys had already been under suspicion as "blood traitors" with ties to the Order, but were now known to be actively supporting Lord Voldemort's enemies. Fearing reprisals from Voldemort and his Death Eaters, the Weasleys stayed at the home of Aunt Muriel and at Shell Cottage, which they protected with a Fidelius Charm.[6]

LayoutEdit

The Burrow was located on the outskirts of Ottery St. Catchpole, a small village located in Devon, England.[7] It was so well hidden that Molly Weasley doubted that the postman even knew it existed. Nestled amongst rolling hills and fertile meadows, other wizarding families in the area included the Diggorys, the Lovegoods and the Fawcetts.[8] The building itself might once have been an old stone pigpen, which had several crooked stories attached to it. Four or five chimneys dotted the roof of the house, and the entire building was most likely held up by magic due to its crazy construction.[7]

From the 1970s to the 1990s, The Burrow was the home to Arthur and Molly Weasley, and their seven children: Bill, Charlie, Percy, Fred, George, Ron and Ginny. Frequent visitors included Ron's best friends Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, and various members of the Order of the Phoenix. [5] [6][7][8]

ExteriorEdit

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Arthur Weasley's Flying Ford Anglia comes in for a landing at The Burrow.

The Burrow had a small yard at the front of the house, with a garage that stored Arthur Weasley's flying Ford Anglia and Muggle artefacts, and a chicken coop that housed the family's chickens. A sign in the ground read "The Burrow" by the main entrance.[7]

The back garden contained a stone outhouse that the Weasleys had converted into a broom shed, and the Weasley children keep their broomsticks in the building during their time at home. When she was six, Ginny Weasley began a regular habit of breaking into the broom shed and taking each broom out in turn since her elder brothers wouldn't allow her to play Quidditch with them.[4] In the summer of 1996, Albus Dumbledore and Harry Potter had a conversation in the broom shed prior to announcing their arrival at The Burrow.[5]

Behind the main house was a large, overgrown garden with a pond full of frogs. The garden was home to a large number of gnomes; the Weasleys had to regularly de-gnome the garden by throwing them over the hedge.

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The Weasley's garden

However, the gnomes always sneaked back in since Arthur Weasley was soft on them and thought they were funny. The entrance to the kitchen backed onto the garden, and was surrounded by rusted cauldrons and old wellington boots.[7] The garden was often used by the Weasleys to hold large family gatherings, such as when the entire family, including Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, stayed at the Burrow prior to the Quidditch World Cup final in 1994[8], or Harry's seventeenth birthday party in 1997.[6] Prior to the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, the garden was tidied up, and new Flutterby bushes were planted at the door to the kitchen to replace the cauldrons and wellies.[6] The garden was surrounded by a fence while the yard appeared to be walled off.

The Weasleys also owned an orchard behind their garden, which was surrounded by high trees. The orchard was contained within a paddock. The Weasley children used the orchard to practise Quidditch during their school holidays.[7][8] The orchard was used in 1997 to host the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour. A large white marquee was erected, and the ceremony and the reception took place inside.[6] A cornfield was located just outside The Burrow to the right of the property. Small ponds and swamps were found within this cornfield.[9] To the left of the main property were hills and fields that surrounded the Weasleys' garden and orchard. The Burrow could be exited by moving down a long lane that moved out towards the village of Ottery St. Catchpole.[10]

InteriorEdit

The interior of The Burrow was cosy and lived in, with a jumbled and cluttered array of furniture and trappings.[7] In the summer of 1997, the entire house underwent a massive cleaning and reordering in preparation for the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour.[6]

Ground floorEdit

KitchenEdit

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The kitchen at The Burrow.

The kitchen of The Burrow was the social centre of the Weasley family. Located at the back of the house, it was accessible from the garden. The kitchen contains a large wooden table with room enough for eight chairs. All of the furniture in the kitchen was salvaged from the home of a pop star[11] In the summers of 1994 and 1997, due to the large number of house guests, the kitchen table could not seat enough people, so meals were eaten outside at a table instead.

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different angle of the kitchen

There was a large fireplace in the room which also operated as the Weasleys' connection to the Floo Network, and a clock with one hand that points to various times such as "You're late" or "Time to feed the chickens". The kitchen opened out on the front yard, through the front door and opened up on the back garden, through the back door. A perch for the family owl Errol was located outside one of the kitchen windows. The kitchen was entered by walking up some small steps from the front yard.[5][6][7][8] The dishwashing was often done by magic.[12]

SculleryEdit

The scullery was located just off the kitchen. It was described as a tiny room with a mangle in it. This room was generally used by Molly Weasley when washing clothes.[8]

Living roomEdit

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The living room at The Burrow.

The living room of the Weasley home was a cosy room, with a sofa and armchairs. There was a large fireplace, a wooden wireless set, and a clock that, rather than telling the time, indicated the status of each member of the Weasley family. Instead of numbers, there were various phrases such as "home," "school," "work," "travelling," "lost," "dentist," "hospital," "prison," and "mortal peril". Instead of arms to tell the time, there were nine hands, one for each member of the family. With Lord Voldemort's return, the hands constantly pointed to "mortal peril". Molly Weasley got into the habit of carrying the clock around with her everywhere during this dark time.[5][8]

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different angle of the living room

It was in this room that George Weasley was treated after losing his ear to Severus Snape's Sectumsempra spell in the Battle of the Seven Potters in 1997, and where the survivors of the battle toasted the memory of Alastor Moody who had been murdered by Lord Voldemort during the battle. The living room was also where Rufus Scrimgeour released the contents of Albus Dumbledore's will to Harry, Ron, and Hermione.


Bedrooms
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The Burrow had at least six bedrooms. Arthur and Molly slept in the master bedroom, while their children generally had bedrooms that often ended up shared either with each other or with guests. Their room was only a short walk away from Ron's room[7]. It was suspected that two or three of the six bedrooms housed a fireplace as Harry noticed that the Weasleys had "four or five chimneys", two of which were located downstairs.[7]

  • Fred and George's Room / Percy's Room (Second Floor): On the second floor,[14] Fred and George shared a room, and explosions from it were considered perfectly normal.[7] When Harry stayed at The Burrow for several weeks in the summer of 1996, he slept in Fred and George's bedroom. At the time it was filled with sealed cardboard boxes, something of a warehouse for Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. The room also had a wardrobe, a desk, and a bedside table with a lamp, along with a number of Fred and George's products lying around. The two frequently conducted experiments there; as a result, the bedroom continued to smell like gunpowder even after they moved out. They did so in 1996 to live in a flat above their joke shop in Diagon Alley, but still used the room as a storage area. The twins stayed in it once more during the Christmas holidays of 1996, and shared with Bill as well.[5]
  • Percy's bedroom was also on the second floor, and overlooked the garden.[8] Percy shared a floor with Fred and George despite the fact that the constant explosions coming from the twins room would have greatly annoyed Percy, who valued peace and quiet.[7] Percy abandoned his room in the summer of 1995.[4] It was since shared by Fleur and Gabrielle prior to the former's wedding.[6]
  • Bill and Charlie's Room (Third Floor) / Arthur and Molly's Room (Fourth Floor): Bill had his own room, and moved back into it when he returned to the country in the summer of 1995 to assist the Order of the Phoenix.[4] Bill spent Christmas at The Burrow in 1996, but he bunked with Fred and George, as Remus Lupin was also a guest and he stayed in Bill's old room.[5] Whenever Charlie was at The Burrow, he shared with Bill.[6] It is assumed that Arthur and Molly Weasley's bedroom is located near Bill and Charlie's room, especially as there appears to be no more room elsewhere for their bedroom to go.
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Ron's bedroom

  • Ron's Room (Fifth Floor): Ron had a small room at the top of the house beneath the attic. His room was decorated with posters of the Chudley Cannons, and was often shared with Harry Potter during his stays at the house.[5][6][7] The walls of his room were also bright orange. The ghoul spent some time in Ron's room during the Horcrux hunt. It was often referred to as the "attic room" although it was located just below the attic.[6]

AtticEdit

Located at the very top of the house was the attic. A small hatch in the ceiling outside Ron's room opened to reveal a ladder that allowed access to the attic. The attic was a dark, musty place where the Weasley family ghoul lived. The ghoul was considered more of a pet than a pest by the family, and it took to loudly banging the pipes when it felt that things were too quiet in The Burrow.[6][7]

Known inhabitantsEdit

Weasley familyEdit

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Hermione and Harry with Ron in his room.

OthersEdit

PetsEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

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The Burrow is attacked by Death Eaters.

  • In the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, there is a scene in which The Burrow is attacked by Death Eaters, including Bellatrix Lestrange and Fenrir Greyback. In the scene, The Burrow is burned by fireballs cast by the Death Eaters. The scene ends with no resolution to what happened next to preserve the home, although it was conceivably repaired by the following film. There is no book equivalent to this scene.
  • There is some confusion about the number of bedrooms in The Burrow, since it is never clear where Charles Weasley's original bedroom would have been, though it is possible that he shared a room with Bill. Furthermore, during the Christmas holidays of 1996, Molly Weasley listed where everyone would be staying: Fred and George, and Bill in the twins' room, Remus Lupin in Bill's room, Harry Potter and Ron in Ron's room, Ginny and Fleur Delacour in Ginny's room, and presumably Molly and Arthur in their master bedroom. There is no mention of Percy's bedroom, despite Fred asking if he was coming home directly after Molly lists the sleeping arrangements and her concern about crowding.[16] It is possible that Molly left Percy's bedroom empty, hoping that he would return for the holidays.
  • In the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets the set of The Burrow was built near Gray's Wood on the outskirts of the village of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire. Rupert Grint's current house is 4km as the crow flies from the set of his character's (Ron Weasley's) house. In all future film appearances of The Burrow the set was built at near by Leavesden Studios in Watford, Hertfordshire.
  • As shown in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, there is a porch out of a door in Ron's room. There is no mention of this in the books.
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The Burrow in 1996.

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