The Bennet family house from BBC’s classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is up for sale!

Fans of Pride and Prejudice can bag themselves the ultimate piece of memorabilia…

…if they have a spare nine million pounds.

Luckington Court, best known as the house where Elizabeth Bennet lived in the BBC’s hit 1995 mini-series, has been listed for sale.

The stunning Grade II-listed 11th-century property can be found in Chippenham, a large historic market town in northwest Wiltshire, England.

This is the first time the seven-bedroom house has been on the market in 70 years.

Surrounded by gardens, paddocks, pasture and woodland near the River Avon, the estate also includes traditional stabling and outbuildings, five cottages and several modern farm buildings.

Earlier this year, there were rumours that it would become the family home of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle following their wedding.

Luckington Court is also located on the site of a manor owned by King Harold before 1066.

The BBC’s Pride and Prejudice mini-series is available to buy on DVD.

A brand new TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice is currently in development, from the makers of Poldark.