The Best Regency Properties
Ready to live like a Bridgerton?
With the recent arrival of Bridgerton‘s second season, we find ourselves dreaming wishfully of living in the ton, particularly the properties that inhabit it. Well, now’s your chance to live out your Bridgerton fantasy, thanks to these incredible regency properties. From those in the prestigious London ton, to Bridgerton’s favourite filming location in Bath, here are some of the best regency properties on the market right now…
The Best Regency Properties
Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset
Positioned on one of Bath’s most prestigious streets, and featured in Bridgerton, this Grade I-listed flat boasts grand rooms with high ceilings and endless period features. There’s the dining room with breath-taking proportions, ornate cornices and ceiling roses and three tall sash windows with views over Royal Crescent and Victoria Park; equally spectacular is the bedroom which boasts a mezzanine sleeping area and gorgeous curved staircase. Available through Savills for £1,000,000
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Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London
This property offers Bridgerton-worthy regency style living in an illustrious London location. This split-level apartment spans the width of two houses, and boasts grand rooms bursting with original features. Host dinner parties in the grand dining room, or head up to the roof terrace for alfresco drinks in the sunshine. Available through Knight Frank for £4,995,000
Pittville Lawn, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
This kind of stunning Regency era town house is rarely available. Overlooking Pittville Lawn and the lake, the property boasts a plethora of original features and fine interiors. Outside there’s the impressive white columns, while inside is characterised by large rooms with high ceilings, in which you’ll find original fireplaces and plentiful cornicing. Available through Knight Frank for £2,000,000.
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Stratford Place, Marylebone, London
High ceilings, grand rooms and endless cornicing – this property offers remarkable interiors and luxurious modern living in a regency-style setting. There’s a six-person lift, Meridian audio system, Japanese Jacuzzi, four bedroom suites, gym, study and two terraces. And if you can ever manage to drag yourself away from this property, it’s ideally positioned on a quiet cul-de-sac in stylish Marylebone, so you’ll have all the cultural amenities at your fingertips without the noisy bustle. Available through Savills for £18,500,000.
Pitt House, Johnstone Street, Bath, Somerset
With graceful classical proportions and a multitude of period features, this Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse is a prime example of Bath’s elegant architecture, situated just off the city’s most magnificent historic streets. Inside, natural light floods the house thanks to the skylight at the top, and the deluxe master suite, boasting a bedroom, bathroom and dressing room, occupies the whole of the second floor. Available through Sotheby’s Realty for £2,950,000.
Wilton Crescent, Chelsea, London
For your slice of traditional regency life, look no further than this Grade II-listed Chelsea property. Sitting on one of London’s most exclusive crescents, this property boasts grand rooms with traditional and characterful interiors set over six floors. It’s ideally located – it’s a short walk to Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner, Sloane Square and Victoria stations, as well as being in amongst the wealth of culture, shopping and cuisine that this area offers. Available through Dexters for £19,500,000.
Magna Carta Park, Egham, Surrey
Magna Carta Park is a new private estate which offers residents the opportunity to live our their Bridgerton fantasy in a gorgeous English setting. Each of the 57 properties, positioned amongst 57 acres of woodland, has been designed to emulate the traditional English architecture of this period. Residents will also have access to high-end services, such as 24-hour security and bespoke concierge, as well as luxurious amenities like the tennis courts, swimming pool, spa and Audley Cooper’s Hill restaurant. Register interest through Magna Carta Park.
Lensfield Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
This pretty two bedroom property is bursting with charm and character. The interiors are a complementary blend of greys and wood alongside plentiful traditional features such as sash windows, marble fireplaces and moulded cornicing. Outside there’s a little garden with a stone patio perfect for alfresco drinks in the summer. Available through Cheffins for £975,000.
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