Fancy becoming the Lord or Lady of your own manor? Well now you can live out all your Bridgerton dreams as an incredible house has gone on sale which comes complete with internationally-recognised Lord and Lady titles.
The catch? You'll need a cool £2million to buy it.
Bradford Manor is a historic six bedroom home which dates back to the 11th century and featured in the Doomsday Book.
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As if it isn't enough that the new owners could become a Lord or Lady (as the titles are passed over with the sale of the house), the property, in Holsworthy, Devon, also comes with 5.5 acres of woodland, a library and its own 15 seat retro cinema.
Even though the house is historic, it has been updated and restored over the years and maintains many covetable, original features including panelled doors, fireplaces, coved ceilings, a servants bell - and twin entrance turrets, for added wow factor.
Between the six bedrooms there are two en suites, alongside a house bathroom, a play loft, a kitchen, pantry, pump room, sitting room, sun room and a drawing room.
There is also a boot room, utility room and two cloakrooms; three basement rooms and a multitude of entertaining rooms for the new owners to party in with their subjects.
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If you're looking for even more bragging rights, the house is actually approached by its own impressive "sweeping driveway" so you can live out your Downton Abbey fantasies IRL.
The manor house is situated just one mile from Bradford Holemoor, which has a primary school and a place of worship.
Being sold by Webbers, the house is a pretty unique opportunity for would-be owners to buy themselves a flashy new title.
"Positioned in the heart of this rural Devon hamlet, this Victorian, non-listed Manor House has been lovingly cared for by its current owners and is now waiting for the next Lord and Lady of the Manor,” a spokesperson says.
Additional reporting SWNS.
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