You may think this Grade II listed mansion looks familiar – that’s because it played host to the famous Great British Bake Off tent during the 3rd and 4th series of the show.
The North Somerset home that welcomed Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and the contestants from series 3 and 4 is now on the market, for the first time in almost 100 years.
With over 50 acres of land and beautiful views overlooking Chew Valley, it’s no wonder the grounds of Harptree Court were used to host the nations most iconic tent.
Although the kitchen was never used in filming, we’re still certain you can cook up some delights in here.
This Georgian home boasts six reception rooms, seven bathrooms, nine bedrooms and a separate cottage, making it the perfect backdrop for the hit show.
Bake Off isn’t the only claim to fame for this house, as it also featured in the first episode of teen drama Skins and reportedly starred in one of Mcfly’s music videos, but if Harptree Court‘s famous past isn’t enough to lure you in, the home even has its very own self-contained luxury tree house.