The house helped inspire Charlotte BrontëThis amazing Derbyshire home features a helicopter pad, 25 acres of land and it could be yours for just £3million. Moorseats Hall is a building drenched in history and dates back to the 1300s. The mansion has even had famous house guests including Charlotte Brontë, who used it as an inspiration for Jane Eyre. She named the heroine of the novel after the owners of the hall and a Moor House features prominently in the book. While Moorseats Hall was owned by Thomas Eyre, Charlotte Brontë visited with lifelong friend Ellen Nussey.
If six bedrooms aren’t enough, the manor also includes a swimming pool and a tennis court as well as a spot on the land to park your helicopter.
There’s also plenty of space to explore the massive 25 acres of land that will be all yours if you decide to purchase this home.
Credit for this article goes to Derbyshire Live.
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