From acres of land, to dozens of rooms - Luckington Court in Chippenham has got it all for the pretty price of £6m.

It is the most expensive house for sale in the county right now, alongside Everleigh House in Marlborough which is also on the market for the same price.

We can all dream of a fairytale-like existence in such a house, so we thought we’d take a look at what kind of wow-factor warrants such a hefty price-tag.  

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Luckington Court stable block.Luckington Court stable block.

Luckington Court is a Grade II* Listed 11th Century dwelling house with original Tudor features and 16th Century remodeling, integral secondary accommodation, five further dwellings, farm buildings, and is nestled within a ring fence of permanent pasture and woodland with River Avon frontage in Luckington village.

The new buyer(s) of this not-so-humble abode may want to invest in a few gardeners, as Luckington Court also boasts 18.99 acres of land.

In 1995, the Estate had exteriors and interiors used to showcase Longbourn, the Bennet family home, in the BBC’s TV series Pride and Prejudice, which starred Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: A view above Luckington Court's grounds.A view above Luckington Court's grounds.

And we can see why. The Estate certainly does not disappoint on the Quintessential-English-Manor-House front.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Luckington Court's drivewayLuckington Court's driveway

To get to the main house, Luckington Court is approached down a gravel driveway through Domain Gates through a wild meadow orchard of mature apple and cherry trees with traditionally managed parkland on either side.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Outside Luckington Court.Outside Luckington Court.

And the extensive lawns approaching Luckington Court are dominated by a 400 year old Lebanese Cedar, which has one of the largest girths ever recorded within the UK, which is interspersed amongst tall and majestic Scots Pines. The sweeping gravel driveway finishes in front of the dwelling house and provides ample parking.

The estate has had plenty of TLC over the last few years according to the Estate Agent’s Woolley & Wallis, Marlborough.

Lt-Col Horn’s daughter returned to Luckington Court in 2003 and since then, has given it a huge makeover by conducteing a ‘compassionate programme of improvement and modernisation.’

So what is it like on the inside?

A wide panelled hall gives access to the ground floor rooms including huge dining room and sitting rooms, panelled office, cinema room, kitchen and breakfast room.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Luckington Court's sitting room.Luckington Court's sitting room.

Woolley & Wallis also stated in the luxury home’s brouchure: ‘Constructed under a stone slate roof and ashlar stacks, with hipped roof, moulded coping to parapet and corner urns, there are eighteen pane thick glazing bar sashes in ovolo moulded stone surround.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Luckington Court's kitchen.Luckington Court's kitchen.

‘Luckington Court provides flexible living accommodation with a combination of naturally lit and open flowing areas, excellent for entertaining.’

Will you be writing the estate’s next chapter of history (or just fancy a browse)? Check out the full listing here.