With excitement building ahead of Netflix’s second series of Bridgerton, we take a look at the stunning Georgian properties for sale in Worcestershire, Birmingham and the wider Midlands. Full of historic features reminiscent of Regency-era elegance, these homes, for sale on Rightmove, are guaranteed to bust Penelope Featherington’s bodice.
You can easily imagine taking tea or whispering Lady Whistledown gossip with friends or lovers in front of fireplaces, or going out for a ball down opulent stairs in these delights.
Here are five of the most decadent Georgian homes on the market right now reminiscent of Netflix’s hit show. You can also learn more about how they look inside in the photo gallery below.
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Main Road, Ombersley, Worcestershire
This stunning six-bedroom, six-bathroom white detached Georgian house is on sale for £850,000 in the sought-after village of Ombersley, Worcestershire. Its fireplaces and bay window will remind you of the regency era in London, plus there is an AGA in the kitchen.
The Fox Town and Country Worcestershire estate agent said: ‘The grandeur of this property is immediately apparent from the moment you enter with an imposing staircase that takes you up to the fabulous six bedrooms of accommodation.’
Mansfield Cottage, Church Road, Yardley, Birmingham
The facade of charming Mansfield Cottage has remained unchanged since it was built in Georgian times in 1782. On sale for £370,000 in historic Yardley, the house retains many original features.
Estate agent Hunters in Solihull said the period cottage with three bedrooms and two reception rooms has a garage/workshop which was originally a shed and stable, and “still has the manger and ring attachment” as well as meat hooks fixed to the ceiling. See what the interior looks like in the photo gallery below.
41 Britannia Square, Worcester, Worcestershire
This Grade II listed house in Worcester on sale for £1.65million is even described as “beautiful” by estate agent Knight Frank. With a mix of modern fittings and original character features, this detached maison de maître has five bedrooms, six reception rooms and four bathrooms.
It has amazing features at every turn, all with lots of light from the sash windows. There are also an abundance of glamorous rooms in which you can imagine the ladies of Bridgerton chatting away with their elegant dresses and fans.
The Green, Aldridge,
This stunning Grade II Georgian house in Walsall even has three priest holes hidden within. On the £2m deal with Fine & Country Birmingham, this detached, stately property has eight bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The oldest part of the building dates back to the 1600s with most additions from around 1751. Features include carved wooden fireplaces, Palladian sash windows, high ceilings with decorative cornice and ceiling roses, and beautifully decorated rooms. proportionate.
Tammers, Fisherwick Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Feel like a lord or lady of the mansion in this Georgian semi-detached house named Tammers. There are a host of period features throughout the five bedrooms, four bathrooms, six reception rooms, including shuttered sash windows and a wood burning stove.
On the Lichfield market for £1.395million, estate agent Knight Frank Birmingham said there was over an acre of land, a ‘sublime’ games room and added that ‘Tammers is a gem absolute”.
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