These stunning Georgian homes are on sale right now. (Pictures: Zoopla)
If – like most of the nation – you are obsessed with all things Bridgerton at the moment, you’re probably thinking of ways to incorporate the iconic series into your life.
But maybe it’s time to think a little bigger. If you really want that Bridgerton life, you could look into buying a property that closely resembles the Georgian-era homes of your favourite characters.
And if you’re not actually ready to buy something within the price range of the aristocracy, then a little window shopping never hurt.
Zoopla has put together a list of the most-popular Bridgerton-esque homes for sale on the market right now – so you can take your property porn browsing to the next level.
Cairnty is a residential and sporting estate set in the lower Spey valley, extending to about 586 acres in total. So you won’t be short on space.
The 21st Century home was built in a classical Georgian design, and it comes with a range of outbuildings, a three-bedroom cottage, three more uninhabited dwellings, a pheasant shoot, a let farm and c.265 acres of woodland.
Grounds for days. (Picture: Zoopla)
Perfect for hosting. (Picture: Zoopla)
Twin beds. How chaste. (Picture: Zoopla)
South Gloucestershire, £6,500,000
Tormarton Court is a Grade II listed Georgian house set within beautiful grounds which include formal gardens, parkland and woodland.
And there are eleven bedrooms – so it’s big enough for the entire extended family.
Greenery is not an issue. (Picture: Zoopla)
Yep, that’s a pool. (Picture: Zoopla)
Prepare for perfect dinner parties. (Picture: Zoopla)
Even the hallway is fancy. (Picture: Zoopla)
This beautiful double fronted Georgian house dates from 1790, and is set on the edge of a village.
On the grounds there are two further cottages and around 20 acres of land in total.
It’s enormous – but still cute. (Picture: Zoopla)
The perfect bath in Bath. (Picture: Zoopla)
Got to love those high ceilings. (Picture: Zoopla)
Real fireplaces are a nice touch. (Picture: Zoopla)
If you’re more in to city living, this refurbished three-bedroom Georgian house on three floors could be perfect.
The home features a patio garden, and you will find it on a residential street very close to Bermondsey Square, Bermondsey Street and a short walk from London Bridge.
A classic London exterior. (Picture: Zoopla)
So much potential inside. (Picture: Zoopla)
Holly House was built in 1831 and is beautifully presented with loads of original Georgian features.
It is currently run as a successful Bed and Breakfast, but Holly House could easily be converted into a magnificent family home.
The entrance is instantly impressive. (Picture: Zoopla)
Host company in the dining/sitting room. (Picture: Zoopla)
Make a statement with bold colours. (Picture: Zoopla)
Plenty of character and charm. (Picture: Zoopla)
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