Literary fans, Jane Austen obsessors and Colin Firth lovers, we just made your dreams come true. You're now able to live out your old English fantasies in the same place where Elizabeth Bennet lived.
Called Longbourn in "Pride and Prejudice", the manor that was used for BBC's 1995 TV adaption of the Bennet family home is for sale. According to Country Life, this is the first time in 70 years that the manor, which is actually called Luckington Court, has been placed on the market.
The estate "sits beautifully" on 156 acres in the small village of Luckington, in Wiltshire, England. According to Country Life, the site of the "archetypal English country house" was previously owned by King Harold in 1066. The stunning home went through a series of different renovations as it was passed on to different owners.
"Built in local creamy Cotswold stone, the present house was extended and remodelled around a 16th-century, or earlier, core by the Fitzherbert family, wealthy merchants from Bristol, who bought Luckington in 1632 and owned the estate until the early 1800s," Country Life said. It was remodeled again in 1921.
The seven bedroom, six bathroom house comes with paddocks and "beautifully maintained" gardens.
Mr. Darcy is not included.
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Greer Garson, Ann Rutherford, Marsha Hunt and man looking at event outside window in a scene from the film 'Pride And Prejudice', 1940. (Photo by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Getty Images)
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DUBLIN, IRELAND - SEPTEMBER 1: Actress Jena Malone and friend Sam Speilgal attend the Irish Premiere of 'Pride and Prejudice' in the Savoy Cinema on September 1, 2005 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by ShowBizIreland/Getty Images)
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Keira Knightley, nominee Best Actress in a Leading Role for 'Pride & Prejudice' (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
Visitors sit in the sun at Lyme Hall in Disley, Britain June 4, 2015. The hall with its lake are most famous for appearing in the BBC production of the Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
A partially-drained lake caused by a failed sluice gate is seen in front of Lyme Hall in Disley, Britain June 4, 2015. The hall and lake are most famous for appearing in the BBC production of the Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
Jane Austen House employee Isabel Snowden poses for a photograph in a dress that actress Anne Hathaway wore in the film "Becoming Jane", as she holds first edition of 'Pride and Prejudice', at the Jane Austen House in Chawton, southern England January 24, 2013. The museum is looking forward to the 200th anniversary of the publication of Austen's novel 'Pride and Prejudice', on Monday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
Linguist Dan Li Dunford prepares to read a Mandarin translation from Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice" during a twelve hour live readathon at the Jane Austen Centre in Bath, southern England January 28, 2013. The novel, being read in its entirety is being broadcast live on the internet and today marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Austen's famous novel. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY)
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MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 23, 2016: Actor Stanislav Belyayev as Mr Darcy, Nikolai Salnikov as Sir William Lucas, and actress Yulia Kovalyova as Charlotte Lucas (L-R) perform in the Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre's stage production of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice, directed by Alexei Frandetti. Artyom Korotayev/TASS (Photo by Artyom Korotayev\TASS via Getty Images)
British actress Greer Garson (the first form the left) reading a letter to Maureen O'Sullivan as her sister Jane Bennet, who is touched, in 'Pride and Prejudice', based on the homonymous novel written by Jane Austen. 1940. (Photo by Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)
BATH, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: Part-time actor Ashley Green reads chapter ten of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice at the Jane Austen Centre on January 28, 2013 in Bath, England. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication, book experts, writers and fans are reading the entire novel in a 12-hour internet broadcast streamed live from the centre which is based in the city where the writer lived from 1801 to 1806. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
The BBC's highly acclaimed costume drama Pride and Prejudice comes to an end with the double wedding of Elizabeth and Jane to Darcy and Bingley. Picture shows Alison Steadman and Benjamin Whitlow as Mr and Mrs Bennett. PA.