It's listed for a cool $6.7 million.
Fans of The Great British Bake Off (known as The Great British Baking Show here in the U.S.), just imagine how many biscuits you could whip up in this sprawling nine-bedroom, seven-bathroom estate. Located in Somerset, England, this gorgeous Georgian home which has been owned by the same family for nearly 100 years is now on the market.
Known as Harptree Court, the estate served as the setting for the third and fourth seasons of the Great British Bake Off. Loyal viewers will be delighted to learn that some of the show’s most memorable moments took place on the estate’s lawns, including the infamous “custardgate” scene, when one contestant accidentally stole another contestant’s custard for their trifle.
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The historic home was built in 1797 by Charles Harcourt Masters of Bath, and was expanded with an early 19th-century addition, according to the official listing for the property on Knight Frank. All of the classic details of an 18th-century home are present, including a slate roof, molded cornices, and pedimented decorative doorways and window casements. In addition to the nine bedrooms, the estate also boasts a billiards room, drawing room, dining room, morning room, sitting room, kitchen, and an entrance hall for greeting guests in style.
A luxury treehouse that’s separate from the main house is also located on the property. The previous owners rented out this space for most of the year, and adoring fans of the Great British Bake Off would come stay and enjoy the garden and grounds, including spring-fed lakes, a tennis court, and a woodland.