The house from ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is up for sale

Images via Woolley & Wallis
Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

What a bargain.

Are there any Jane Austen devotees out there looking to settle down and buy property?

The house featured in BBC’s television adaptation of Pride and Prejudice has hit the market, and it’s going for around AUD $9.1 million.

The estate in Wiltshire, known as Luckington Court, was built in the 11th century, but has seen plenty of upgrades and extensions since.

As well as the building that housed the love-struck Bennet sisters, there are five additional houses on the property, plus farm buildings. That means plenty of room for family, guests and potential soulmates, with at least eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

If you’ve got the cash laying around and feel like relocating, the house has been listed by Woolley & Wallis here.


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