Buy your own piece of Pride and Prejudice!
Mr Darcy in your back garden? The dream, right? Well, you can have your own little piece of the original BBC Pride and Prejudice with this gorgeous North West property!
Lymewater Hall backs onto Lyme Hall, the beautiful National Trust property famous for its red and fallow deer and, more notably, for being home to the lakes which were used during the filming of the 1995 BBC adaption of Pride and Prejudice for the iconic scene of Colin Firth coming out of the lake!
The gorgeous six bedroom detached Stockport home sits on the market for £2.7m – but it’s hardly surprising when you take a tour around it at the statement staircase, home gym, cinema room, wine cellar and games room – just for starters.
The property was previously a disused waterworks which was constructed in 1942. In 2005 it was purchased by Danish architect Tomas Bur Andersen and transformed into the modern masterpiece it is now!
With its own acre and a half of gardens and woodland, you never need to leave Lymewater Hall, but if you do wish to, the village of Disley sits 0.8miles away with all the public amenities you need and you can be in Manchester Piccadilly, by train, within half an hour.
Want to take a tour around the home? Click here.