Price and Prejudice” was filmed has hit the market for $7.3 million. On screen, and beyond just this property, the series starred Colin Firth as Mr.
Darcy and Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennet. In real life, Austen wrote the acclaimed book in 1813, but the home dates to the 11th century.
It was later purchased by the Fitzherbert family in 1632, a prominent family known for its coal mine business. Made up of eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, the property is labeled a Grade II-listing, which means it is “of special interest, warranting every effort to preserve it.”Known as Luckington Court, in the southwest English village of Wiltshire, the property is situated on a massive 156 acres of rolling countryside.
Recently renovated, it features manicured lawns with an orchard filled with wild apple and cherry trees. Spanning nearly 10,000 square feet, the two-story manor boasts a piano room, a wine cellar, and traditionally designed living and dining rooms.Read more on nypost.com