Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Downtown Abbey history! Byfleet Manor in Surrey – the grand 17th-century house that has played a starring role in the ITV hit Downton Abbey has been put on the market as the sixth series is set to draw the award-winning show to a close. It can be yours for £3.95 million ($6,135 million).
The exceptional Grade II listed residence was built around 1686 and was most notably featured as Maggie Smith’s character Lady Violet Crawley’s home.
It’s locally known as The Byfleet Manor and it offers over 6,000 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms and four reception rooms on a 19-acre estate. The listing notes that since purchasing the property the current vendor has started to piece the original estate back together which means that Manorside West (Lot 2) , Palace Cottage (Lot 3) and The Willows (Lots 4) are available in addition to The Manor House.
As well as the ITV show it has also been used to film a number of other period dramas including Poirot and Cranford.