Hunsford Parsonage was bequeathed to William Collins and his wife, Charlotte, after the former accepted a position as the clergyman of the parish. The home is located near Rosings Park in Kent.

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The house was rather small, but well-built and convenient, with well-proportioned rooms, and Charlotte ensured that everything was fitted up with a neatness and consistency that Elizabeth wholeheartedly approved of. If one could overlook the odious presence of Mr. Collins, there was actually a great air of comfort throughout the house - a fact that was acknowledged by even the fastidious Mr. Darcy, who was himself the owner of a palatial estate.

The Parsonage also consisted of a large, well-laid-out garden that was cultivated by Mr. Collins himself.