The Best Bridgerton-Style Properties: Georgian Houses on the Market Now

Houses to fulfil all of your period drama dreams...

Sash windows, symmetrical façades, ornate fireplaces – when it comes to beautiful country homes, no one did it quite like the Georgians. From quintessential red brick exteriors to Austen-tacious entrance halls, we’ve rounded up the most gorgeous Georgian properties on the market right now. Bridgerton fans, this is for you…

The Best Bridgerton-Style Properties: Georgian Houses on the Market Now

72 High Street, Saffron Walden, Essex

Virginia creeper-clad red brick Georgian home.

Standing proudly on Saffron Walden’s gorgeous tree-lined high street, this Grade II listed property is overflowing with period charm and it’s on the market for the first time in over 50 years. Inside, you’ll find beautiful wallpaper, grand fireplaces and sash windows, as well as high ceilings with intricate moulded cornicing. There are two bathrooms and seven bedrooms including two delightfully cosy attic rooms, and outside there is a walled garden and a large period barn to explore. With its postcard-perfect exterior, this is a truly fantastic Georgian home. Available through Cheffins for £1.75 million

Stamford Hall Farmhouse, Ettington, Stratford Upon Avon

Tucked away within a development of five restored and converted properties, this marvellous Georgian farmhouse contains numerous period features including exposed timbers, open fireplaces, flagstone floors and cornicing. The drawing room and dining room are particularly elegant, while the vaulted ceiling in the kitchen/breakfast room creates a space that is both grand and delightfully airy. There are five bedrooms plus loft storage and a home office, and outside you’ll find a triple garage with a studio above. Boasting over 8 acres of grounds, this is a stunning home in a fantastic rural setting. Available through Pritchard & Company at a guide price of £1.65 million

Melville Street, Edinburgh

Grand Georgian town house in Edinburgh.

This spectacular Georgian townhouse encompasses a one bedroom apartment and two mews properties, providing masses of additional space. The main house dates back to 1825 and features a jaw-dropping bespoke kitchen with curved cabinetry, an elegant drawing room with large sash windows, and a landscaped private garden. If you’re looking for history and grandeur, you can’t get much better than this. Available through Knight Frank for offers over £3.75 million

Connaught Square, London 

Exterior of a Georgian townhouse in London

If you’re looking for a showstopping property, you’ll love this Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, which sits in an incredible location beside Hyde Park and contains a unique blend of period and contemporary elements. Cornicing, feature fireplaces and original stone floors are reminders of the history of the property, though you’ll also find an abundance of modern touches including underfloor heating, a lift and an indoor swimming pool. With five bedrooms, six bathrooms and three private terraces, this house has it all. Available through Savills at a guide price of £9.25 million

Kedington, Suffolk

Old brick house with square windows and black front door.

Fancy a space with a story? This Georgian home was once inhabited by Herman Merivale, a poet and playwright who is thought to be a contemporary of Charles Dickens and William Thackeray. The building dates back to around 1850 and features five bedrooms, four reception rooms and two annexes offering further living accommodation. Its most intriguing element is a cheese room, previously used by villagers in the Georgian and Victorian times, which now serves as wine storage. Available through Cheffins for £1.1 million

Edwardes Square, London

Exterior of a Georgian townhouse in Edwardes Square

This Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse provides an ideal blend of period features and contemporary updates. Ascend the magnificent original staircase to an elegant drawing room with French doors and wooden flooring, or explore the glossy kitchen, separate dining room and stylish reception room on the ground floor. There are four bathrooms and three bedrooms including a spacious principal suite occupying the entire top floor, and you’ll also find a gym, media room and a summer house in the garden. With a sought-after London postcode, this house is an exquisite find. Available through Knight Frank at a guide price of £8.75 million

Woodham Mortimer, Essex

double fronted red brick house in essex

Contrasting its quintessential double-fronted, red brick and white pane window exterior, inside this Georgian home it’s all characterful, dramatic and contemporary interiors. The conservatory is particularly impressive, with its terracotta tiled floor, billowing vaulted ceiling, and wraparound white-paned windows. Available through Savills for £2 million

St George, Rue Des Deslisles, Castel, Guernsey

georgian grey double fronted house with wisteria in guernsey

This property is Guernsey’s answer to real estate heaven. Plentiful palatial rooms blend traditional opulence with modern luxury: host drinks in the landscaped gardens, sit down for dinner in the grand dining room, retreat to the light-flooded garden room for post-dinner drinks, and at some point – guests must see the magnificent indoor swimming pool. Available through Savills for £25 million

Mossknowe House, Gretna Green, Dumfries & Galloway


If you fancy yourself as a Georgian country gent, then Mossknowe House could be your dream home. With over nine acres of gardens and grounds, a stable block and a dressage area, this estate is made for country living. Indoors there’s high ceilings and sash windows throughout (perfect for gazing out over your land). And with the infamous Gretna Green just a short carriage ride away, you’re guaranteed all the period drama you can get. Downton – eat your heat out. Available through Finest Properties for £1.6 million

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