You Can Buy This House From the BBC's 'Pride and Prejudice' Miniseries

Elizabeth Bennet's family home is for sale.

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Exciting news for fans of the BBC's 1995 version of Pride and Prejudice, which of course starred Colin Firth as the obnoxious Mr. Darcy. The house that featured in the classic miniseries, as Elizabeth Bennet's family home, is now for sale.

Doubling as the Longbourn estate onscreen, Luckington Court is listed for a cool £9 million, which equates to approximately $11.6 million. Fans of the miniseries are sure to agree that this is a small price to pay to live like Elizabeth Bennet.

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According to Country Life magazine, the Luckington Court estate is extremely impressive, and the main house is "surrounded by beautifully maintained gardens, paddocks, pasture and woodland with frontage to the River Avon."

The property itself is a Grade II* listed mansion, and has 156 acres of land. As it became the idyllic setting of the BBC's Jane Austen adaptation, it's easy to see why it's drawing a lot of attention.

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