Calling all Jane Austen aficionados.
The riding arena where his 1995 BBC hit TV series "Price and Prejudice" was filmed went on the market for $7.3 million. I was.
Not only on screen, but on this property, the series starred Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy and Jennifer Ealy as Elizabeth Bennett.
In real life, Austin wrote his acclaimed book in 1813, but the house dates back to his 11th century. In 1632, it was bought by the Fitzherbert family, a prominent family known for their mining business.
Consisting of eight bedrooms and his seven bathrooms, the property is Grade II listed.
The property, known as Luckington His Court, in the village of Wiltshire in South West England, sits on 156 acres of rolling countryside.
Recently renovated, it features manicured lawns and an orchard of wild apple and cherry trees.
Spanning nearly 10,000 square feet, his two-story mansion includes a piano room, wine cellar, and traditionally designed living and dining rooms.
Also serving as an equestrian facility, the property has its own outdoor riding school.
In addition, there are several other cottages. Rose Garden Cottage, Coach House, Courtyard, Studio and Court Farm Cottage. There are also various farm buildings and stable blocks. According to the
list, the surrounding area is the site of a mansion owned by Harold II before his death at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
This is the second time the property has been put up for sale. It first went public in 2018 and hit the market for the first time in 70 years at a high of $10.85 million.
Renovated in 2003, it retains many original details such as decorative woodwork, stone and molded fireplaces, and sash windows.
Woolley & Wallis holds list.