A stately home apartment on an estate which featured in Four Weddings And A Funeral is up for sale for £2.5million.
Albury Park Mansion, a Grade II* listed manor, in Surrey appeared in the 1994 film and was the venue of King George III's coronation ball back in 1761.
The scene of the third wedding in the British romantic comedy when Carrie (Andie MacDowell) marries Hamish (Corin Redgrave) was St Peter and St Paul's church which is on the estate.
A stately home apartment on an estate which featured in Four Weddings And A Funeral is up for sale for £2.5million
The ground floor apartment available to buy at Albury Park Mansion features a family kitchen with a mezzanine level
The apartment has high ceilings and large windows, as seen in the living room of the property on the market for £2.5m
The spacious living room - complete with fireplace, large mirror and television - features a dining table with seven chairs
The £2.5m apartment has a master bedroom with a dressing area and ensuite bathroom as well as three other bedrooms
The family kitchen has a dining table with eight chairs with a television in the corner and the mezzanine seen above
The house was transformed into luxury apartments 12 years ago with the ground floor apartment now up for sale.
The accommodation boasts a reception hall, drawing room, study, family kitchen with a mezzanine level, four bedrooms, four bathrooms as well as a gym with sauna and jacuzzi.
The 6,000sq ft apartment has a private terrace and garden, able to cater for a wedding reception of 150 people, and also has access to five acres of communal grounds.
Ian Camplin, of estate agents Savills, said: 'George III had his coronation banquet in the building. We can't say for sure it happened in this apartment but given this is the ground floor and takes up a fairly large part of the ground floor it is probably likely.
'It [the apartment] has big high ceilings. The proportions of the rooms and the heights of the windows make it quite dramatic.
'It also has a really cool cellar with a mirror wall behind the television. The same with the kitchen - you've got that contemporary twist alongside character of those principle rooms in an older building.
When Carrie (Andie MacDowell) marries Hamish (Corin Redgrave) in the film was in the church on the grounds of the estate
St Peter and St Paul's church on the estate was the scene of the third wedding in the 1994 British romantic comedy
A view from above of Albury Park Mansion and St Peter and St Paul's church - which featured in Four Weddings And A Funeral
The stately home was transformed into apartments 12 years ago - the ground floor one on sale boasts spacious living areas
'It's something you can show off to your friends about. The views out to the gardens and the communal areas are really quite special.
'It's definitely a lifestyle move, you're in a semi-rural location but it's still accessible to London.
'It's big enough to take a family but I suspect it will go to a couple coming from a fairly grand house who want to relocate that in a more country setting, that they can also lock up and leave.
The luxury apartment has a private terrace and garden and also has access to five acres of communal grounds
'It's a beautiful grand home and you don't have the maintenance of the whole mansion,' Ian Camplin, of Savills, said
Residents of the £2.5m property can make use of a sauna and jacuzzi, which are highlights of the stately home apartment
Residents will have access to their very own gym in the apartment in the Albury Park Mansion as well as a sauna and jacuzzi
The £2.5million home - located within the Duke of Northumberland's 150-acre parkland, boasts four bathrooms
'It's a beautiful grand home and the joy of it is you don't have the maintenance of the whole mansion. You get all that grandeur without having to worry too much about the upkeep of the building itself.
'A lot of the land around is owned by the Duke of Northumberland, including the church.'
Albury Park is located within the Duke of Northumberland's 150-acre parkland and sits on the bank of the River Tillingbourne.