A nine-bedroom property that resembles something out of Pride and Prejudice is on sale with its own lake, swimming pool and tennis court.
The detached Grade II-listed house known as Pipewell Hall is currently on the market for offers over £3.5 million.
The house is set in around 40 acres of parkland and sits between Market Harborough to the west, Kettering to the south and Uppingham and Rutland to the north.
It has three floors and has been completely overhauled and refurbished in the hopes of attracting its next residents.
Pipewell Hall was built in 1675 using ancient limestone belonging to a Cistercian Abbey that once stood nearby
The house combines stylish interiors with a traditional twis and has a a fish-scale tiled roof.
There are nine huge bedrooms so owners will not run out of space or places for guests to sleep over.
Six of the bedrooms also come with luxury en suite bathrooms.
Inside are several reception rooms just off from an impressive entrance hall perfect for hosting events and entertaining guests.
The house contains a library, a family room and a study.
There is also a large open plan kitchen, sitting room, breakfast area and bar.
Outside there are green grounds with an outdoor heated swimming pool, and a tennis court.
Nature lovers will enjoy the old orchard, grazing land, woodland and parkland.
There is also a huge lake so fans of the BBC adaptation of Pride & Prejudice can recreate the famous scene where Colin Firth aka Mr Darcy goes for a swim in his white shirt).
The property comes with a gate lodge, a three-bedroom cottage, a two-bedroom cottage and several outbuildings.
These can be rented out to provide extra sources of income for the new residents.
The property is on the market now through Fine & Country.