A Wiltshire manor house used to film the BBC’s Pride and Prejudice has been put on the market again - this time for £5 million.

The Grade II listed Luckington Court estate, near Malmesbury, was put up for sale for a whopping £9 million in 2018, the first time the property had been on the market for 70 years.

It was relisted for a lower price of £6 million four years later, making it the most expensive available house in Wiltshire at the time.

The sprawling 20-acre estate is currently on the market again, and estate agent Hamptons has dropped the asking price to £5 million.

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The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Inside Luckington CourtInside Luckington Court (Image: Zoopla)

In 1995, Luckington Court was featured as the Bennet family home in the BBC’s TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle.

The historic building is believed to have been built on the site of a manor owned by King Harold II before he was killed at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

Luckington Court was later extended and remodelled after being bought by the Fitzherbert family in 1632.

In 2003 the property underwent extensive renovations that modernised the estate.

The Cotswold stone house boasts nine bedrooms and is described as a “stunning architectural gem.”