You can now buy the Bennet's home from Pride & Prejudice ⁠— and here's a peek inside

An exterior view of Luckington Court showing off its buff coloured brickwork and lawned gardens
Luckington Court in the Cotswolds was used as Longbourn in the BBC adaptation of Pride & Prejudice (Image credit: Woolley & Wallis)

Luckington Court in Wiltshire starred as the Bennet family home in the BBC's 1995 TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice featuring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle and is now for sale for £5million.

The Grade II listed building features eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms and was built using local Cotswold stone. It is set in the southern Cotswolds village of Luckington on the Gloucester-Wiltshire county border.

Sam Webb

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