Luckington Court: Wiltshire house that starred in BBC’s TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice is for sale
Luckington Court in Wiltshire, which starred as the Bennet family home in the BBC's 1995 TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice featuring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle, is for sale for £6 million.
Bought by Lieutenant Colonel Trevor Horn, the first director and course designer of Badminton Horse Trials, in 1947, the estate has been extensively renovated and modernised by Lt-Col Horn's daughter over the past 20 years.
The Cotswold stone main house has eight bedrooms and grand reception halls with features that date back to the 11th century.
There are five cottages, a 17th-century dovecote and traditional farm buildings that include a 19th-century stable block. Gardens, fields and woodlands span almost 19 acres.
Luckington Court is set in the southern Cotswolds village of Luckington, on the Gloucester-Wiltshire county border, and 28 miles from Bristol Airport.
The estate is for sale through Woolley & Wallis.