By Lori Perkins
If you’ve got $7.2 million, or can get a mortgage for that, you could own the historic English mansion where the 1995 BBC series Pride and Prejudice was filmed, but alas, it doesn’t come with Colin Firth emerging from a lake in a dripping white form-fitting shirt.
The historic English country estate is known as Luckington Court and features a Grade II-listed 11th-century primary residence with original Tudor details as well as 16th-century updates as well as more modern finishes.
The home was built on the site of a manor owned by King Harold until 1066, according to the listing, and is located in the Cotswolds, a little over 17 miles north of Bath.
The eight-bedroom manor features hardwood floors and high windows throughout, and fireplaces in the bedrooms as well as the dining room and sitting rooms.
In addition to the main residence, the property features five cottages, many of which include their own gardens and allocated parking, as well as a “17th-century dovecote” (a shelter for pigeons and doves).
The estate’s farming facilities include a Cotswold stone storage shed, a cattle building and two former bull pens, in addition to a cattle yard, “general purpose building,” and two further pole barns that could be used as equestrian facilities.