Wentworth Woodhouse in south Yorkshire, owned by the Fitzwilliam family at the time Pride and Prejudice was written, and which was most recently used as a location for the TV series Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, possesses the longest façade in Europe, some 180 metres in total, five miles of corridors, two-and-a-half acres of roof and 365 rooms – one for every day of the year. Yet
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The endangered country house believed to have provided the inspiration for the home, and, through its owners, the character, of Jane Austen’s Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy, was finally rescued for the nation late last night.