10 homes straight out of Bridgerton

10 homes straight out of Bridgerton

By Matilda Battersby

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Fancy buying one of these stunning Regency-era homes? They're sure even to get the much-feared Lady Whistledown’s approval.

Bridgerton has whetted our appetites for homes built out of pale stone, with morning rooms, parlours and servants’ quarters.

The period drama set in Regency-era England and based on Julia Quinn’s novels is this week returning to Netflix for a second season.

It's already the talk of the town. And, as before, the new series showcases the best examples of Georgian architecture around.

If you’re hoping to invite the Ton (that’s the top 100 aristocrats) to call on you this season, you’d better make sure your abode is up to scratch. 

These Bridgerton-worthy homes are for sale right now:

1. Seven-bedroom stately home, Boston, Lincolnshire, £1.95m

Stately home with mature gardens surrounding it
Opulent hallway with pillars painted in royal blue and gold, black and white marble tiles and a grand staircase

This opulent home is fit for royalty. But don’t mention to Lady Danbury that it was actually the home of a Georgian-era banker. Scandalous!

West Skirbeck Hall was designed in 1795 and finished in 1802. It was the home of Henry Clarke, a wealthy brewer, banker, and merchant who was Mayor of Boston in 1805 and 1816.

This handsome mansion is surrounded by 11 acres of grounds filled with mature trees and sweeping lawns. 

The parkland was planted in 1795 by Sir Joseph Banks, a Royal Botanist who pioneered plant research for Kew Gardens.

Sumptuous interior of a drawing room, with an open fire and gilded cornicing

Among the grounds, there's a Chinese pergola, a Thai gazebo and a roofed dining space with an open log fire.

The home is vast and perfect for large parties, with French doors opening out onto the grounds from the downstairs reception rooms. The interior is colourful and sumptuous.

We wouldn’t change a thing!

Available via Fine & Country

2. Six-bedroom terraced townhouse, Brighton, East Sussex, £1.85m

White painted Georgian townhouses in Brighton, with the sea in the distance
Interior of a Georgian townhouse living room, with exposed wood floor and modern furniture but original fireplace, windows and shutters

Fancy a bolthole with easy access to the seaside for an evening promenade?

This stunning Grade II listed townhouse has a wealth of original Victorian and Regency features.

Just moments from the beach in Kemptown, it has five double bedrooms and one smaller single/office. There are three exceptional living spaces and a generous walled city garden. 

Beautifully renovated by the previous owners, the finish throughout is exemplary. It celebrates the original character of the house while blending in 21st-century luxury.

It has a perfectly respectable parlour in which to receive gentleman callers.

Available via Brand Vaughan

3. Five-bedroom detached house, Bathwick Hill, Bath, £3.25m

Detached Regency-style home in pale stone with decorative wrought iron porch and conservatory
a grand drawing room with ruffled curtains and period furniture to match the original Georgian features

Step back in time into this elegant Regency Villa in an elevated position with views across majestic Bath.

Looking for somewhere to stay while taking the waters? Or a reason to avoid the London season? Then Cornwall Lodge could be the one.

Built circa 1825 and attributed to John Pinch the Elder, the house is in the most superb position on Bathwick Hill. 

The stunning rear garden enjoys spectacular views of Lyncombe Hill. To the side of the house, a track leads to wonderful National Trust land.

This home is ideal for dog walking and enjoying the feeling of open countryside, but in a city.

Available via Crisp Crowley

4. One-bedroom flat, Brunswick Square, Gloucester, £169,995

Exterior of a white Georgian townhouse with steps leading up to the front door
Georgian-era living room with an original fireplace and windows plus new grey carpet and white walls

Looking for a bachelor pad? Or lodgings to keep a special "friend" close by?

Located on the first floor of an impressive townhouse, this apartment overlooks a leafy Regency square.

Many original features have remained. They include Georgian windows, a Georgian fireplace and Queen Anne-style plasterwork throughout.

Available via Naylor Powell

5. Six-bedroom detached house, Little Venice, West London, POA

Detached white stucco house with a covered porch and Georgian-style windows
Modernised wood clad interior of a living room, with Georgian windows and herring bone flooring

This impressive white stucco-fronted Regency house is in the heart of Little Venice, a particularly swanky area in West London.

Located at the junction of Warwick Avenue and Maida Avenue, the home overlooks Regent’s Canal.

The house offers bright and spacious accommodation with excellent sized reception rooms. 

The original building has been modernised, extended and decorated for maximum wow factor. It's so fancy they won't even tell us the price.

Available via Ian Green Residential

6. Four-bedroom house, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, £345,000

A grand mansion in Scotland with ornate windows and roof turrets
Part of a grand Manor House in Aberdeenshire that now forms part of a house within the estate, with original ceiling decorations and fireplace

If you want your very own slice of history, then this might be the home for you.

This house is part of a huge mansion that was formerly home to the Earl of Kintore and the Latin poet Arthur Johnson.

It is a magnificent example of Renaissance architecture. The 26 acres of beautiful garden grounds were designed by Capability Brown.

Built around 1665, Keith Hall was converted to form eight flats and six houses in the 1980s. This one is called Tower House.

The house is accessible via an atmospheric courtyard. Period features include high ceilings, extensive wood panelling, fireplaces, plasterwork and window shutters.

This place might predate the Regency era by a few hundred years, but the Ton would still be impressed.

Available via Savills

7. One-bedroom flat, Didsbury, Manchester, £215,000

An impressive Georgian-era building with manicured and box hedged surrounding ornamental gardens
Interior of a flat with laminate flooring and pale green walls, with impressive period windows

Why not take a turn with a beau around these beautifully kept gardens? But make sure you’re properly chaperoned.

This magnificent Victorian building shows Georgian and Regency influences. It was constructed as the Chorlton Union Workhouse.

The landscaped parterre gardens and Palladian style columns make this home feel very grand indeed.

But at less than the national average for UK house prices, you can live the Champagne lifestyle at Prosecco prices.

Available via Joules

8. Four-bedroom terraced house, Montpelier, Brighton, £1.25m

Entrance of Regency-Style terraced townhouse with black and white tiled pathway and wrought iron decorative porch
Interior of a Regency-era drawing room painted in mustard yellow, with cornicing and gild-framed paintings and chandeliers hanging above

This is a grand residence, with an interior to match the impressive architecture.

Plus, it has a self-contained flat for a rakish younger brother or dowager Countess to enjoy.

Located in Brighton's fashionable Montpelier and Clifton Hill conservation area, the house has a distinctive bow-fronted façade, with classic iron railings and a canopied balcony too.

Available via Fine & Country

9. Four-bedroom terraced townhouse, Blackheath, South London, £2m

Archway leading to a columned doorway and front door with steps leading up to the entrance and a white stucco facade
A Georgian living room with original fireplace, cornices and windows, with a modern interior and furniture

This stunning home is in the Blackheath Conservation area, a short stroll from the culinary and shopping delights of the village.

It is a Grade II Listed Regency house arranged over four floors.

It has a double aspect, elegant reception on the ground floor and a large kitchen/family room leading out to the garden.

The mature and secluded rear garden extends to 126ft. Planning consent is in place for a large garden studio that could even have its own entrance from the next road over.

It offers plenty of potential for holding summer soirees.

Available via John Payne

10. Eight-bedroom terraced townhouse, Worthing, West Sussex, £750,000

Curved frontages of white stucco Georgian terraced houses overlooking a square
Inside a huge Georgian terraced house in need of renovation, with a number original windows and shutters

In its present state, this home is not fit for a Duke, Duchess or even a Viscount.

But just look at the original features, the light and the bones of this fabulous townhouse.

Spanning an impressive 3664sq ft and located right in the town centre, this is an exciting opportunity for anyone with the ambition to take it on.

Worthing seafront is just a few hundred yards away. The house overlooks the Liverpool Terrace Gardens, which is a perfect spot to promenade.

The delights of London and other fashionable locations are easy to reach, too. Worthing is well-served by road and rail to Brighton, Chichester, Gatwick and London. 

There’s also an impressive public swimming pool on the beach.

Available via Michael Jones Estate Agents

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