The House From Pride And Prejudice Is Up For Sale

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The House From Pride And Prejudice Is Up For Sale

Fans of the 1995 Pride and Prejudice series rejoice, the house used by the BBC as the Bennet family's home is now up for sale.

According to Country Life, the regency property that doubled up as the Longbourn estate on the show, is on the market for the first time in seventy years.

Luckington Court, the Grade 11 listed building, is suitated in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds , two miles from the village of Badminton.

Built in the classic creamy Cotswold stone, the house dates back to the 16th century.

Boasting a whopping 9,600sq ft of living space, the house has six reception rooms, seven main bedrooms, six bathrooms, an integral flat and an annexe.

Surrounded by beautifully maintained gardens, paddocks, pasture and woodland with frontage to the River Avon, the house comes with 156 acres of rolling countryside.

The one catch? The property will set you back a cool £9 million. Better start saving...

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