Peek inside these Bridgerton-style dream homes

Ahead of the long-awaited return of Bridgerton to our screens, take a look inside five dream homes which wouldn’t look out of place on the set of the hit TV programme.

Rightmove’s Property Expert Tim Bannister said: “The amazing architecture and interiors of the homes in Bridgerton really captured the imagination of property lovers last year, and many will be eager for the show’s second series and the return of some truly amazing homes. To get ready for the series, we’ve taken a look at some amazing dream properties that look straight out of the set of Bridgerton.”

Check them out here…

  1. Stanstead Hall in Essex – £6,500,000

  • Stanstead Hall dates back to the early 16th Century, although first evidence of a structure on the land goes back to the 11th Century
  • The estate has passed through time from many notable historical figures such Sir William Parr and Sir William Waldegrave
  • The estate maintains many of its original features and design, with added modern touches for the ultimate dream home


  1. Hurst Lodge in Berkshire – £8,500,000

  • Hurst Lodge is understood to date back to 1580 and was built by John Barker, who at the time was a gentleman usher to Queen Elizabeth I
  • Though the home has been extended over the years, it retains many of its period features such as 17th Century oak panelling and original flooring and fireplaces
  • The property includes a converted coach house, farm buildings and a cottage, and is set over 45 acres of parkland


  1. Hunton Court in Kent – £10,000,000

  • Hunton Court is the former home of Prime Minister Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, and dates back to the 13th Century
  • In the early Victorian period, the house was adapted to the existing Georgian style and is constructed of a mellow ragstone which is more typically found in estates in the Cotswolds
  • The property is set amongst 132 acres of beautiful and established 18th Century parkland which creates a magical setting for this unique house


  1. Ston Easton Park in Somerset – £6,000,000

  • Ston Easton Park is a former country house hotel, with a variety of splendidly decorated rooms inside that look straight out of a scene in Bridgerton
  • The property also comes with an additional three-bedroom Gardeners Cottage and an old coach house
  • With so many unique and character-filled features, it’s worth taking a look inside and imagining the room for you


  1. Cell Park in St. Albans – £6,500,000

  • Cell Park was originally built in 1539, and over the years the house and grounds have been sympathetically restored in keeping with its established heritage
  • Each room is filled with history and character, including the magnificent drawing room and dining room, which was formerly a ballroom
  • For a modern touch, the home also comes with its own cinema room, gym, and a spacious home office



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